After a successful debut on the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC, Disney's destruction-driver racer Split/Second gets down-sized and down-to-business on the PSP this holiday season.
The PSP version of Split/Second features the same hyper-competitive reality television show premise and explosive action of its big brothers, only smaller and less-detailed. While it lacks the online multiplayer of the console versions (four-player local play is it), it makes up for it with a new set of challenges and one new track exclusive to the PSP.
"Split/Second has become a hit with fans of racing and action games, and is the perfect fit for the PSP system," said Craig Relyea, senior vice president of global marketing, Disney Interactive Studios. "The explosive track altering features and fast arcade racing will have PSP system players worldwide playing it on-the-go or at home."
The screens don't look too shabby for a PSP title. My concern is that over-the-top destruction won't translate well on the smaller screen. Split/Second is about big action. Can the PSP do big action?