Oct 18, 2007
We've already seen WipEout HD and brought you our first impressions. But now we've got the preview version in the office and it's looking ace. So ace, in fact, we thought you'd like to see it, so we've put together a video showing the best bits from the two tracks we've been given access to.
It's true, it runs in 1080p and at 60fps. It's sharp, solid and arcade-smooth and although these low-speed race tiers can feel a bit sluggish, when you get up to speed with a booster, it's
With PSN finally clambering back to its feet (slightly shakily, but it's getting there), Sony has announced the contents of its 'Welcome Back' package. Understanding how put out gamers have been with 24 days without access to PlayStation Store or online gaming, free games and more are being lavished upon each and every existing PlayStation Network user. Hooray! The content is slightly different to the US package, so let's see what us European gamers can expect when the Store is back online.
A job listing for Sony's Liverpool development studios has confirmed that a PlayStation 3 version of iconic racer Wipeout is in development.
The Merseyside-based studio is looking for a senior/lead designer to work on Wipeout, which is described as being a "most revered, innovative and respected arcade/action racing franchise of Sony Computer Entertainment Worldwide
WipEout will make its debut on PS3 complete with full SixAxis controls and "maybe" online multiplayer and a stream of downloadable content, according to Clemens Wangerin, development director for Sony's Liverpool-based development studio, where the next-gen WipEout will be created.
A PS3 version is a certainty, and though Wangerin was unwilling to discuss any gameplay details during a recent interview with industry magazine Develop (available for free online), he did speak out on the
Sept 17, 2007
Sony's Studio Liverpool has revealed to GamesRadar the eight racing teams that will appear in WipEout HD when the game is released via the PlayStation Store later this year. They are:
• AG Systems
• Goteki 45
With the exception of EG-X (which is new to the upcoming PSP title, WipEout Pulse), fans of the series will be familiar with all the featured teams. It's also highly likely that
We thought WipEout HD looked decent enough when we posted the first shots of an early preview version, but these new shots show the game has come on in leaps and
Like Wipeout? Like Wipeout in HD on the PS3 even more because of the extra pixels? Want more of it? You might well be in luck. Sony's premiere manufacturer of super-fast futuristic hovercraft, Studio Liverpool is hiring. And the job description as good as confirms an answer to your prayers. Click on and I'll explain.
out this real life Wipeout racetrack. Crafted by researchers at the Japan
Institute of Science and Technology, the track looks amazing with levitating remote
controlled cars. But is it real?
Sony plans to release an HD iteration of PSP game Wipeout Pulse for PS3 before the end of the year, an internet report states.
According to 1UP.com, the HD Wipeout game will release via PlayStation Network.
An official announcement on the title is expected shortly, but the HD Wipeout will apparently definitely feature online multiplayer. It's also been mentioned that the game is regarded as a first step where the franchise on PS3 is concerned, with a major Wipeout game due in 2008.
Sony Computer Entertainment has officially revealed the sequel to last year's excellent Wipeout Pure. It's Wipeout Pulse, and will be arriving on the shiny handheld later this year.
Pulse is spec'd with 24 new race tracks over seven familiar game modes, along with the addition of a new team the EG-X. There's also talk of a new Mag-Strip feature which causes your ship to be locked to the track's surface, allowing for all manner of mental loop mischief.
Series fans fearing a handheld takeover