Posts Tagged ‘WipEout HD’

WipEout HD Dated And Priced

September 16, 2008

WipEout HD was absent from E3 2008, but not long after, gameplay videos were released showing off the games gorgeous 1080p graphics running at 60 frames per second. Sony announced that their futuristic, stylized racer will be available via the PlayStation Store for $19.99 on September 25th. Just as a reminder, SCEA Producer Daimion Pinnock listed some of the games many features, including:

  • Full HD Visuals
  • 5 Game Modes – Single Race, Tournament, Time Trial, Speed Lap and Zone Mode
  • Online play that supports up to 8 racers competing on a track at a time
  • 2-player split screen (horizontally and vertically) offline
  • 8 reversible tracks and 12 teams
  • Optional use of SIXAXIS motion controls to steer your ship
  • A great soundtrack remixed in Dolby 5.1 AND the option for custom playlists that allow you to race to whatever playlists you have on your HDD
  • And more, including Trophy support, which we’ll outline for you in a future post – so keep your eyes peeled.

Via Official PlayStation Blog

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WipEout HD On Track And Looking Great

August 21, 2008

There was hardly a whisper about Sony’s high-octane futuristic racer, WipEout HD, at E3 2008, but Studio Liverpool wants you to know that they have “Been cranking away at bringing you an awesome anti-gravity racing game in 1080p HD!” The video below shows that the game runing at 1080p and 60 frames per second, looking beautiful the entire time. The tracks are composed of graphically reworked fan-favorites. As for multiplayer, there is two-player split-screen, and up to eight players in online matches. On top of that, this downloadable PSN exclusive will feature trophy support and custom playlists. Be ready to trigger some seizures this fall.

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WipEout HD Held Back Due To Epilepsy

August 2, 2008

A fairly big Sony title, WipEout HD, was mysteriously absent at their E3 keynote. In gameplay videos the game looks completed, leaving many wondering why it wasn’t shown, or even talked about. The game, boasting flashy and vibrant graphics, is rumored to have failed tests for people with epilepsy. Someone diagnosed with epilepsy can have a seizure, caused by bright flashing lights and colors. Though only a small percentage of people have this condition, it’s very important for this to be fixed.

 

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