Excerpt: MotorStorm RC is my favourite Vita game. It's also the cheapest game currently available for the handheld. Those two points don't sound like they make sense together, but Evolution has really pulled a rabbit out of the hat with this pint-sized gem. In a portable gaming marketplace dominated by iPhones and the App Store, this is exactly the kind of digital-download title Sony should be releasing.
Summary: Fans of RC Pro-Am rejoice, because MotorStorm RC is here to resurrect the long dead remote controlled car genre. Featuring locations from all four MotorStorm games, this RC variation is the most diverse installment yet. Even without a dedicated multiplayer mode, MotorStorm RC offers more than enough content. A fun diversion. This product was submitted by the publisher for review. As a rule, Defunct Games does not review games we spent money on.
Excerpt: When Motorstorm meets Micro Machines, you can’t help but sit up and take notice. Is this side project, " Motorstorm RC " from Evolution a great showcase for downloadable Vita games, or throwaway junk? Hopefully given the pedigree of the developer, it is the former, but PlayDevil dived in to try out this launch PSN game.
Excerpt: It’s pretty commonplace for launch titles to be a little… shall we say, shallow? Perhaps that’s being slightly uncharitable, but it’s nonetheless clear that the value components for a lot of the PS Vita’s launch titles are, understandably, on the low side. Someone forgot to inform Evolution Studios of this long-held gaming tradition, however, because this is one title that’s bursting with content, and all for a measly £4.79; that’s cheap as chips, as a certain...
Summary: This much content for less than a fiver shames some of the full retail games with comparable content on the PlayStation Store. With the PS3 version (and double Trophies) thrown in for free the few niggles that MotorStorm RC has aren’t worth fussing over.