MotorStorm Apocalypse (PS3)

Discussion in 'Other Games' started by ThomasGOAL, 10 June 2010.

  1. ThomasGOAL

    ThomasGOAL Retired Footballer

    15 March 2003

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  2. BillyBoy

    BillyBoy Guest

    This, Little Big Planet 2, Killzone 3 and inFamous 2! What are Sony up to for E3?
  3. Radiation

    Radiation Golden Boot Winner

    6 February 2006
    Newcastle United
  4. Northzzz

    Northzzz Classified Information

    26 March 2010
    The addition of perks looks like it might actually make the game rubbish.

    The best thing about Motorstorm was that it relied on you being the best driver, knowing the best cars for the track and all the shortcuts to go with that (i.e not going the mud way in your racing car) as well as being able to handle to car at high speed. Perks like 'better handling' is going to ruin that completely.

    I was going to buy this but i might just stick to Pacific Rift.
    Last edited: 25 February 2011
  5. KayadydaksTit

    KayadydaksTit Non-League

    8 March 2011
    MotorStorm Apocalypse PS3

    hmm, so does that mean were back to not knowing why hes a kid currently?

    anyway, i think its a decent story. I like seeing horsemen who actually want to fight for Apocalypse instead of those who are struggling to fight against his control.
  6. Northzzz

    Northzzz Classified Information

    26 March 2010
    Must say i didn't enjoy the demo and the nobody really did on the gamefaqs page either.
  7. BillyBoy

    BillyBoy Guest

    Re: MotorStorm Apocalypse PS3

    Huh? :CONFUSE:
  8. jaygrim

    jaygrim TheAllSeeingEye

    26 July 2005
    Man Utd
    The game, which sees you race in a city destroyed by earthquakes, was due to release this Friday. It was already delayed in Japan by SCEJ in the wake of Friday’s events.

    “Although we have shipped the game into the channel last week, given that we are able to do so, we have chosen to postpone the launch in the UK,” a SCE UK spokesperson told VG247 in an email this afternoon.

    “In the meantime we will continue to monitor the situation very closely.”

    A SCEE statement added: “We are shocked and saddened to see the impact of the earthquake and tsunami in Japan and our thoughts are with all those affected, including our colleagues within the Sony family, living and working throughout Japan.

    “We are very conscious of the parallels between these events and the underlying theme in Motorstorm and are doing everything we can to be as sensitive as possible to the situation. Although the game itself is already in distribution, we are ceasing any further shipments and removing as much of the marketing materials as possible.”
  9. BillyBoy

    BillyBoy Guest

    Understandable given the current events.
  10. Scorpio

    Scorpio Proud member since 2002

    2 November 2002
    Sporting Lokeren
    Personally don't understand this.

    Do you delay a First Person Shooter the likes of Battlefield or Call of Duty because there's a war going on somewhere? No.

    Do you delay a Detective adventure like L.A. Noire because there's a serial killer on the loose copying murders from the 40's? No.

    Okay, maybe those are not the best comparisons seeing as it's people that are doing the killing and not nature.

    But natural disasters are becoming a fact of life with the world changing and we should learn from it, not hide it away because it's a sensitive subject. I'd go the opposite and say that more games with natural disasters should be released so we can learn from them and maybe even react better when it happens.

    The only thing Motorstorm did wrong is make the underlying story as if the racers are having a final "party" because of the end of the world. :ROLL:

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