WorthPlaying writes: "Psyonix Studios' Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars for the PlayStation Network isn't exactly a title that you can say three times fast, but given the developer's pedigree, you should definitely be paying attention. Psyonix developed the Onslaught game type in Unreal Tournament 2004, provided assistance with vehicles in Gears of War and Unreal Tournament 3, and ported Monster Madness: Grave Danger to the PS3. Since they know their way around the Unreal Engine and one of the devs is a huge soccer fan, Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars, which combines the Unreal Engine and soccer, seemed to be a logical development choice.
Supersonic is essentially a game of soccer in which you're a vehicle that battles against other vehicles, and everyone tries to kick the soccer ball into the opposing team's goal. Three maps are included in the game - a modern cityscape, a sunny Utopian garden, and a desert - although Psyonix was thinking of providing a free map via downloadable content when the game launches. You start off with two vehicles, but you can unlock five more vehicles by playing through the mini-games mode. There are two initial skins for each vehicle, but, again, that number may also increase with DLC."