Excerpt: MotorStorm: Apocalypse is a looker, technically and artistically. It all starts with the great-looking and well-animated vehicles, which tear along each track with impressive ferocity. But anyone who's played MotorStorm and MotorStorm: Pacific Rift knows to expect that. The sheer amount of destruction you'll witness on the screen really helps the game live up to its name.
Excerpt: The Motorstorm series has always been one that I’ve wanted to like more than I’ve actually liked it. The first one looked great, but the poor handling killed it for me. While Pacific Rift’s addition of some cars to the mix helped that, I still found it coming up a little short in some ways. Apocalypse is the first entry I’ve actually liked not only as much as I hoped to going into it, but actually greatly exceeded my expectations.
Excerpt: First Impressions My reaction is Latest Videos Motorstorm Apocalypse 3D trailer Latest Screens Motorstorm Apocalypse gets new screenshots One of the first games I played on my swanky new Playstation 3 was Motorstorm. The game had gorgeous graphics, outrageous gameplay, and some seriously fun tracks. Fast forward to E3 2010, and I had the chance to play through a level of Motorstorm Apocalypse, the latest and possibly best installment in the franchise.
Excerpt: De los parajes más desérticos a las regiones tropicales y árticas más recónditas, los pilotos de Motorstorm se han despeñado ya por toda suerte de riscos, estampado en una gran variedad de elementos tan sólidos como dolorosos, y se han descuajaringado los unos a los otros por tierra, mar y aire dejando tras de sí una ristra de chatarra y huesos rotos, ahora los cabestros sobre ruedas han decidido trasladar el festival a la jungla de asfalto, en una ciudad casi desierta...