Conclusion: with this game it seems like motor storm has gone back a step the graphics on this game are dull, boring and extreamely basic, it would be safe to say im glad i rented it rather than bought it - if i had spent money on this i think i would have been extreamly disappointed
Summary: Received Motorstorm;Pacific Rift:PS3 yesterday. Disc case was not shrink wrapped, disc was scratched in multiple places; without any doubt was used, and not new as stated. On attempting to play the game, loads ok, but soon after gameplay starts, picture locks up/blank screen/freezes the PS3; tried game on two PS3's, both the same outcome. All other CD's, DVD's, Blu-Ray's and PS3 titles plays ok, so it's down to a faulty disc.
Summary: The item in question did not arrive, i phoned the company twice to see when it would be delivered and on both occasions was promised that someone would get back to me which they didn't. after getting back in touch with Amazon, they said that if the company did not deliver the goods within 3 days then they would cancel the order which i believe they have, now i'm just waiting for the refund.
Summary: Added a new rubbish vehicle. Added new rubbish lava location. Added snaggy geometry. Laps are too long. Handling is floaty and dull. Stick with the old game if you must, they are both pretty poor though.
Summary: I received this free with my PS3. Played it once then part exchanged it at blockbusters and got £10. I got rid of Pacific Rift as graphics & game play were very poor in comparision with Need for Speed & Grid. NB I might seem a little harsh but it didnt pull any of my strings :-( GRID everytime!
Summary: As rubbish as the first, but now with poor collision detection. The engines damage and friction generation is purely make believe and has no bearing on what your vehicle is actually doing. Your off-road trucks are made of tin-foil whereas corrugated iron barriers will stop a three ton truck doing 60mph without a quiver. Airbourne handling is superior to ground traction. A slow roll on a soft verge and your wheels leap off before you truck rights itself!