The Stormers are now bringing the extreme MotorStorm festival to a major metropolitan city that has been ravaged by a gigantic earthquake. With all of its unstable skyscrapers, fiery subway tunnels, twisting bridges and more, the almost completely abandoned city offers the perfect playground for MotorStorm’s electric brand of brutal street racing. Fully customize your collection of vehicles, which now includes supercars, muscle cars, and superbikes, and face down your fellow Stormers as well as a city where destruction awaits you at every turn. And with tremors and aftershocks continuing to hit the city in real-time, you never know where the race will take you. Welcome to the concrete jungle. Welcome to the apocalypse, MotorStorm style!
Call it the worst timing possible. Just before Motorstorm: Apocalypse was set to release in mid-April, Japan suffered one of the worst natural disasters in history: a catastrophic earthquake and tsunami that killed thousands, leaving many more in danger of nuclear radiation.So Sony did the right thing and delayed the game to May 3. Unfortunately, the game has been launched just a week after a massive series of tornadoes blew through the middle of America, killing hundreds. If that wasn’t bad enough, the PSN shutdown means Motorstorm: Apocalypse is missing its basic online infrastructure. Sorry to say it, but Motorstorm: Apocalypse has terrible luck.However, the game itself is fine (note that I could not review the online multiplayer portion of the game). If you’ve played any of the... Read Review