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.
E3 is a den of promises. Promises sell products. And according to the cynics of the world, promises are meant to be broken.
Since its origins as a PlayStation 3 concept video, Motorstorm has always been known as a series with great visuals. Six years and three console games later, the Motorstorm series still looks damn good. We put three of the PS3 games side-by-side to get a closer look at how the game's graphics have changed over time.
Well, well, well, what do we have here? Some price drops on a few of our favorite PS3 games is what.
Despite failing to set fire to retail sales chart, Sony Worldwide Studios reveals that MotorstormL: Pacific Rift has still managed to move over a million copies since launch.
Brace for it MotorStorm fans, today Sony released details about the 16 tracks you can expect to race come October 28th. We're happy to say there seems to be a lot more variety in the environments this time around. Just a word of caution though, if you want to surprised when you get your copy, you might want to skip…
Evolution Studios' tropically themed follow-up to MotorStorm was playable at today's SCEA Pre-E3 Judge's Day, a pre-alpha build that gave us just a taste what the sequel holds in store. Just two levels were on hand in the demo version of MotorStorm: Pacific Rift, Beach Comber (for single player) and Rain God Spires…
Following a fresh batch of screens this morning, more Motorstorm 2 details are emerging from the Sony PlayStation Day in London, where Sony's Paul Hollywood was on hand to deliver the goods on the new title. Now called Motorstorm: Pacific Rift, the entire game takes place on a tropical island, complete with…