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.
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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.
Upcoming racer MotorStorm Apocalypse features buildings falling down. Which led to a delayed release in earthquake-affected New Zealand. And earthquake-affected Japan. And the UK. Now the game's demo has been delayed in the US. Talk about bad timing.
Earlier this week we got word that Sony were delaying the launch of MotorStorm Apocalypse in the UK out of respect for recent events in Japan. Distribution in Australia was already set in motion, meaning that you can buy MotorStorm Apocalypse in stores today, but we've got word from Sony Australia that they are halting further shipments, and pulling all advertising campaigns for the game.
MotorStorm: Apocalypse is an upcoming racing game that features buildings falling down all around you. In the wake of a devastating earthquake in the city of Christchurch, that's apparently resulted in the game no longer being released in New Zealand.