The Wipeout Omega Collection launches on PlayStation 4 today, combining all the content from Wipeout HD, Wipeout HD Fury and Wipeout 2048 into one gorgeously remastered package. It’s a ridiculous amount of futuristic hover racing for $40. Let’s hit some walls at incredibly high speeds!
After several years away, the classic PlayStation racing franchise Wipeout is returning with the Wipeout Omega Collection coming in summer of 2017. It’ll include 2012's Wipeout 2048, 2008's Wipeout HD and that game’s expansion 2009 expansion Wipeout Fury. The collection is for PS4.
Anti-gravity racing is a genre that doesn’t get love nearly as often as Wipeout and F-Zero fans would like. Developer 34BigThings smothers the genre with affection with Redout.
Today was the The Designer’s Republic’s 30th birthday. If you don’t know who they are, know that they are a design studio that played an instrumental role in how cool WipeOut looked.
It’s been twelve years since F-Zero Climax. That’s over a decade that Captain Falcon has been falcon punching and thrusting away—in a less savoury fashion—on the Super Smash Bros. stage without so much as thinking of the Blue Falcon. Although it’s been a joy seeing his (fantastic) legs far more since he traded in the…
Dominic Szablewski ported all the maps from the classic 1995 racing game WipEout into a browser-compatible format. So finally, it’s now possible to flow through them in a browser without making any mistakes.
When Sony Liverpool (once Psygnosis) was shut down earlier this year, it looked like the end for the WipEout series.
Between todays's news that the Sony Liverpool studio—originally known as Psygnosis—is closing and yesterday's reports of Nintendo Power shutting down, this feels like The Week Video Game Nostalgia Died.
Racing games on handheld systems can be a tough sell—with a smaller screen and lower hardware horsepower, it can be difficult to convey the sense of speed that makes great racing games great. The new PlayStation Vita handheld seems designed to address the racing genre head-on—its processing power is closer to a…
How do we get from today's F-1 racers to the gravity-defying hover cars of Wipeout 2048 in a mere 36 years? Sony Liverpool details this mechanical evolution in the intro video for the upcoming PlayStation Vita launch title.
Reeking of amateurish CG and released by the seemingly nonexistent Japan Institute of Science and Technology, this video depicting a pair of miniature hover cars ripped straight out of Sony's WipeOut series sure gets me hungry for some futuristic racing.
Xander Davis is a game industry artist and graphic design fan, who after seeing the recent feature we ran on WipeOut and The Designers Republic dropped us a line.
You know why the PlayStation took off in the mid-90s? Because it was cool. And nothing on the PlayStation was cooler than WipeOut.
Line up each version of Wipeout against a wall and, in all honesty, the only major difference is the platform it's appearing on. So what differentiates WipeOut 2048 on the PlayStation Vita?
Frantic, futuristic racing. That's right, WipeOut 2048 is one of the launch titles coming to the PlayStation Vita.
Futuristic anti-grav racer Wipeout is a great fit for portables. It was a launch title for the original Playstation Portable and it looks like the latest iteration will be a launch title for the NGP.
Wipeout 2048 offers smooth controls and liquid fast graphics as you zip around the game's multi-tiered tracks against…
E3 is a den of promises. Promises sell products. And according to the cynics of the world, promises are meant to be broken.
Sony Computer Entertainment Europe has cancelled "a small number of projects" formerly in development across its British studios. The same studios that make games like WipeOut.