7 г. назад
Last two races in festival mode for the Veteran. Part 1: Final Drive (Route 666) Part 2: Exit Strategy (Epilogue) It was difficult trying to get a clean run with the Veteran on the last two races. That helicopter shooting and chasing me throughout the entire race was a huge pain. The stages are not difficult to clear by themselves, but very difficult if you want to do so without crashing/overheating. It's not so much the players fault but rather, as the helicopter is shooting at you, your vehicle will overheat very quickly and explode. You can't drive slow either, else too many bullets and missiles will hit and raise the boost temp too fast. But if you boost too close to critical to get away from the attack, then all it takes is a couple of stray shots to cause you to detonate as well. Oh and landing that first stunt launching off the crater from the missile impact also took forever lol.
7 г. назад
Sony hastily decided to delay the launch of the third PlayStation 3 iteration of its MotorStorm racing series, MotorStorm: Apocalypse, because it features hugely catastrophic events during key parts of each race. Specifically, Motorstorm: Apocalypse features a level called 'Waves Of Mutilation' that takes place during a vicious tsunami. Featured in the Pro stage of the main Festival Campaign, 'Waves Of Mutilation' is a brutal four-lap race that unleashes intense devastation on the environment as you zoom around the track. In the level, you compete against other drivers through a tsunami as powerful waves cause ships, cars, and buildings to buckle under impact. MotorStorm: Apocalypse has been in development for a long time, so neither developer Evolution Studios nor publisher Sony Computer Entertainment could ever have imagined in their wildest nightmares that a level they created would mimic this real world disaster so closely, but its timing is quite surreal. To learn more about the situation, check out the following article: http://www.psu.com/Gameplay-footage-of-MotorStorm--Apocalypse-Waves-of-Mutilation-spills-into-reality-as-tsunami-strikes-Japan--a010985-p0.php
4 г. назад
Watch more crazy driving videos of MotorStorm: Pacific Rift in playlist - http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL8wZKON07iXW7SmMrhmRywPhG5dPtIW68 MotorStorm: Pacific Rift (MotorStorm II in Japan) is a racing video game by Evolution Studios and published by Sony Computer Entertainment for the PlayStation 3. It is the sequel to MotorStorm and is followed by MotorStorm: Arctic Edge for the PS2/PSP, and MotorStorm: Apocalypse. It was announced by Sony after their acquisition of Evolution Studios and it was released on 28 October 2008 in North America. The game has sold over one million copies as of 9 December 2008. As of 1 October 2012, the online servers for this game have been permanently shut down. MotorStorm: 3D Rift is a 3D mini re-release of Pacific Rift, containing 10 tracks as well as a selection of off-road vehicles from Pacific Rift. It is only single-player and has no trophies. The game was released on the PlayStation Network on 24 August 2010. The game moves away from the desert environments of the original title and relocates itself in "a lush island environment, full of interactive vegetation"; and also includes monster trucks and four-player split-screen capability. Monster trucks are able to ride over cars (except big rigs), break most vegetation, and destroy structures. Bikes also have new capabilities so they can bunny hop and the driver can duck. Custom music tracks using a player's own music stored on their PS3 hard drive are available as are trophies (to unlock more Drivers and Vehicles) and camera angles are improved for crashes; vehicle damage is also improved. Users can now select drivers from the Garage menu, thus not having to rely on picking the vehicles, depending on the Driver's gender. "Speed" events are firstly introduced in the game, which consists numerous checkpoints in each tracks that users must pass through to achieve extra times before the timer runs out. Any class that isn't the ATV or Bikes can ram their vehicles left or right. The ATV and Bike ram by their driver throwing punches at the other drivers. The 16 original tracks are set around volcanic mountainsides, beaches, jungle, caves and a run-down sugar factory. The original tracks are Kanaloa Bay, Sugar Rush, Mudslide, Cascade Falls, Beachcomber, Colossus Canyon, Caldera Ridge, Badlands, The Edge, Paradise Beach, The Rift, Scorched, Razorback, Rain God Spires, Wildfire and Riptide. Another new feature in Motorstorm: Pacific Rift is the presence of water in the form of rivers, pools and waterfalls. Water also cools down car's engines, which presents a whole line of new tactics; vehicles will slow down as they go through deep water, with buoyancy featuring for vehicles that venture into water too deep for that vehicle type. Two expansion packs are scheduled for release in July 2009 and add a total of six new tracks. The 'Speed' expansion adds three tracks it also adds three new track variants and new paint jobs. The 'Adrenaline' pack also adds three new tracks but five new track variants, four new vehicles and six new characters. Now there are five track variants, which contains a red partially burnt card, under the name "Volcanic". Variations of the same tracks is now turned into a post-apocalyptic volcanic activity, such as lava bombs that are present throughout the race and driving through it will instantly wreck any vehicle that comes through it. Small lava bombs can heat up the boost temperature in an instant, even when the boost temperature is completely low, if driven through it. If the vehicle's boost temperature becomes very hot and the player drives through a small lava bomb, the vehicle could explode. MotorStorm: Pacific Rift features all seven vehicle classes from the original game (Bikes, ATVs, Buggies, Rally Cars, Racing trucks, Mud Pluggers and Big Rigs) as well as a new class, Monster Trucks. Monster Trucks are relatively fast and capable of crushing opponents and vegetation, however because they are so big and high up, their centre of gravity is not low, making them very easy to overturn. They will be able to run over Big Rigs only if they are at a very low speed, however thanks to its very high strength, and its difficulties of being crushed to the side, they are the only ones who can battle against the Monster Trucks. All 51 vehicles featured in the original MotorStorm appear in the new game (with the exception of the Patriot 85 which was only available for the PAL version) as well as a whole new array of vehicles. This includes vehicles downloaded as part of game packs such as Revenge Weekend and Devil's Weekend.
8 г. назад
It looks and plays really good :) Another hit coming for PS3. 3D support at best, aiming for 60fps and so on...
5 г. назад
Otro gameplay de MotorStorm Apocalypse. Like y fap ayudan :) Lista de reproducción: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL8ly9SbP5hBuNwceDBByiG-Yfj6S9i1ad