|Wipeout Pulse - Sony PSP
|Electronics / Photography: Computer/Console Game
|Height:0.75 inches / Length:7 inches / Weight:0.22 pounds / Width:4.25 inches
|Buy on Amazon ~ B00127VDWY
|14.00 US Dollars (curriencies)
|4.99 US Dollars (curriencies)
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|4.25 inches (convert)
|0.75 inches (convert)
|7 inches (convert)
|22 hundredths pounds (convert)
|Intense gaming experience loaded with high-tech weapons, high-octane speed, and futuristic anti-gravity combat racing, 8 teams including the new EG-X team and 12 new reversible tracks, Large variation of in-track design including loops, vertical drops, and 90-degree angled sections, Pumping soundtrack licensed by top artists including Mason, Loco Dice, Stanton Warriors, and Kraftwerk, 7 game modes including wireless multiplayer mode via Ad hoc and Infrastructure modes
|SCE Studios Liverpool brings the future back with this second Wipeout game for the PSP. This entry in the racing series features 24 new reversible circuits, a load of fresh high-speed vehicles and some deadly new weaponry. There's also a new track feature called the Mag-Strip, which acts like a magnet and temporarily locks ships to the levels, enabling exciting things like loops and vertical drops. Newcomers to the Wipeout franchise will likely revel over the introduction of a training mode, taking you through the basics. A host of new downloadable content is also available, and for even more excitement, this game introduces a new online multiplayer feature, where racers can battle each other at amazing speeds. An all-new Photo Mode, which captures in-game screenshots and stores them onto the PSP Memory Card. Like Wipeout Pure, the game features downloadable content, such as new tracks, ships and songs, immediately after release. 7 Game Modes, with Single Race, Zone, Tournament, Time Trial and Free Run returning from Wipeout Pure, plus the addition of the all-new Speed Lap mode, and the return of Eliminator mode last seen in Wipeout 3. The new Cannon weapon replaces the Disruptor Bolt from Wipeout Pure. Eliminator mode features 2 all-new weapons exclusive to the game mode - Repulsor and Shurikens. Zone Mode will now be playable on most (but not all) of the normal tracks instead of custom made tracks. A loyalty system, where players get bonuses for using a particular team regularly ESRB Rated E for Everyone
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