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Can you remember this?
At this year’s E3 expo, Sony unveiled the PlayStation 3′s “official 3D Display“, a stereoscopic 3D package that packed in one monitor, one copy of Insomniac Games’ Resistance 3, one HDMI cable and one pair of 3D glasses for $US500. Things have changed.
Disaster racer MotorStorm Apocalypse‘s rolling out has been a… disaster. The game features buildings falling down, which led to a delayed release in earthquake-affected New Zealand. And then earthquake-affected Japan.
Since its origins as a PlayStation 3 concept video, Motorstorm has always been known as a series with great visuals. Six years and three console games later, the Motorstorm series still looks damn good. We put three of the PS3 games side-by-side to get a closer look at how the game’s graphics have changed over time.
Despite being set in a fictional town along the US west coast, Motorstorm: Apocalypse has been inexorably tied to Japan and the earthquakes there.