MotorStorm: Pacific Rift, released in 2008, and its PSP counterpart MotorStorm Arctic Edge (2009) are losing their online play features on October 1. An announcement on Sony's UK PlayStation site said servers for those two games and SOCOM: Fireteam Bravo 3 (also PSP) will be closed on that date.
Showered with free titles since launch, European PSPgo owners can now take their pick of free MotorStorm, Gran Turismo, or Assassin's Creed, while North American buyers still get a rock.
The Playstation Portable got a fun, new little brother this year in the form of the slide-n-go, download-only PSPgo.
MotorStorm: Arctic Edge is the third iteration in the Playstation's over-the-top Burning Man-meets-World Rally Championship driving series since it was unveiled among a slew of Playstation 3 launch titles in 2005.
In it folks from developer BigBig Studio show off a bit more of the upcoming racer. With Gran Turismo PSP on the horizon, are you planning on picking this game up, GT, both or neither?
MotorStorm: Arctic Edge will release in UMD format on Sept. 29 - delaying the downloadable version of the game until Oct. 1, just in time for the PSPgo's debut.
In one week, E3 will reveal just about every major game you will be able to play in the next year. For racing game fans, these are the big ones expected at the big show:
Among they things Richard Ogden talked about was how the game will deal with multiplayer. Ogden said they are shooting for up to eight player multiplayer both online and local, they're also talking about doing a pass-and-play mode for single PSP group playing. The best part, you will be using your existing PSN id to…
Arctic Edge, which is actually in development for both the PSP and the PlayStation 2, takes the intense racing action of the two PlayStation 3 titles to snowy Alaska. Collapsing ice bridges and avalanches could prove to be as much of a hindrance to the player as the other racers as they battle for position in three…