Ridge Racers 2 Confirmed for PSP

Still one of the finest PSP titles to-date, Bandai-NAMCO has today confirmed the development of Ridge Racers 2 in a recent interview with Famitsu.

The game will contain tracks from Ridge Racer Revolution, Rage Racer and R4: Ridge Racer Type 4, Ridge Racers 2 covers the series period from 1995-1998.

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andy capps6536d ago

Riiiiiidge Racer! Had to do it..

Schmitty076536d ago



Ridge Racer 3D site drifts into your browser to show pacey racing action, onto-the-screen effects

3DS Tribe looks at the new commercials, trailers and movies as well as the recent official Ridge Racer 3D website to see what's new in the latest Ridge Racer title - from cherry blossoms to muscle cars.

3DS Tribe writes: "Ridge Racer 3DS’s Japanese launch website has recently gone live, firing new material at you in bite-sized chunks. Lots of the links are yet to be filled, hence the slightly bare-bones look at the moment, but there are already a handful of race montages, the Japanese teaser and a bundle of screenshots for you to scrutinise/glance casually at. It’s difficult to get much clarity or establish structural context from the videos, what with current excerpts being what appear to be carefully edited race replays, but we’ll give you our thoughts on what we can actually see."

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Ridge Racers 2 Review

Ridge Racers 2 features courses from Ridge Racer, Ridge Racer Revolution, Rave Racer, Rage Racer, Ridge Racer Type 4, and Ridge Racer V, in addition to original and arranged BGM tracks from all of these games. Nitrous boosts have been added. There's also a large number of cars to earn, plus a Rally-X minigame. The problem here is that all of these features were already available in the first Ridge Racers. Ridge Racers 2 doesn't feel like a sequel, but rather, an upgrade to the original title, only offering a small number of new features and some more courses.

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Euro Ridge Racer 2 announced

Sony Europe has officially announced that Ridge Racer 2 will be coming to PlayStation Portable before the end of the year. Announced in Japan last week (where it goes by the name Ridge Racers 2 instead), the PSP's second Ridge outing introduces three new game modes and boasts a series-record number of tracks.

That's 18, and although they're all based on courses in the home console Ridge Racer titles, none of the tracks have been seen before on the PSP.

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omansteveo6529d ago

For crying out loud seriously Namco this is a waste of time try somethin new im so sick of these companies "we'll stick with what works" attitudes