Every track has many different ways of getting through it, each catering to a specific class of vehicle thereby making the racing field more even.The events in the game occur in real-time, such as the mud effects, tire marks, and crashes (for example, if a car loses a wheel, it will remain where it lands for the duration of the race).Pacific Rift is much better than the first, updating the graphics, cars and environments quite a bit. I have all 4 motorstorms (if you count Motorstorm Artic Edge for PSP/PS2) While Motorstorm Apcolypse is visually stunning.Apocolypse is incredibly different because it is an entirely new setting but still Motorstorm at its core. Itis rather too visually busy in the sense of trying too hard to go over the top for the sake of the 3D specialeffects. I would have to say Motorstorm: Apocalypse was the best in my opinion. PS3 may limp to 90 million sold, on-line support could hang on until 2020. I think support for services will continue to happen.Play Station Vue, PS Music, Movies on Demand from the PS store will still get updated.He went on to say that it had been an exciting time for the company's growth, and that they shared a passion for racing, desired to innovate and determined to create the best racing games to build the biggest racing community in the market.I don't trust Sony will have a lot of support for the PS3, they dumped the support on RFOM 1,2, & 3 and on GT5 pretty fast and take into consideration it's their own franchises, on the other hand MS has supported GOW 1, 2, 3, Judgement and Halo 3 for years. Even though releases for the consoles have slowed down to just sports and niche Japanese titles.
The PS3 library is quite large despite the claim of the system having "no games" for half of its life cycle. The Ratchet PS3 games were glossed over to a degree as well. What the topic was asking was when will Sony stop doing repairs on PS3? When will official support for the entire console drop? Play Station 3 support will last about 12 years in total. 2006-2016 so on-line and some new games will continue to arrive until 2018 then that will be the end for PS3.
Motor Storm is a 2006 racing video game developed by Evolution Studios and published by Sony Computer Entertainment for the Sony Play Station 3 computer entertainment system.
First announced at E3 2005, the game was released in Japan on 14 December 2006 and the rest of the world in March 2007.
"Motor Storm is a racing video game developed by Evolution Studios and published by Sony Computer Entertainment for the Sony Play Station 3 computer entertainment system.
As fans bid farewell to "Driveclub," they were given a parting-gift in the form a sizable final update patch from its creators, Evolution Studios.