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Motorstorm Apocalypse

by Sony
Platform : PlayStation 3
Rated: Teen
177 customer reviews
Metascore: 77 / 100
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  • Pick and customize your vehicles from no less than 13 classes, with supercars, muscle cars, superbikes, choppers and more
  • Survive staggering, epic real-time destruction effects - everything from machine gun fire to rocket attacks to earthquakes
  • Battle friends with 4-player split-screen, or take the 4-player split-screen online for even more racing mayhem
  • Deep online features including intense 12-player online racing, sharing custom car designs with friends
  • Take part in more than 40 unique races, with each track changing every time you visit them
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Welcome to the apocalypse, MotorStorm style! The ’Stormers are now bringing the extreme MotorStorm festival to a major metropolitan city that has been ravaged by a gigantic earthquake. With all of its unstable skyscrapers, fiery subway tunnels, twisting bridges and more, the almost completely abandoned city offers the perfect playground for MotorStorm’s electric brand of brutal street racing. And with tremors and aftershocks continuing to hit the city in real-time, you never know where the race will take you.

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MotorStorm Apocalypse is an arcade style, multi vehicle type racing game exclusively for play on PlayStation 3. The third iteration in the MotorStorm franchise, MotorStorm Apocalypse combines the over-the-top, event filled action of the franchise's traveling MotorStorm festival with a new, crumbling urban environment filled with challenges, dangers and competition. Features include: four-player local multiplayer with split-screen and 12-player support online, 13 vehicle classes, 40 unique races, extensive vehicle customization options, a custom mode creator and more.

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Roaring past a flipped opponent in MotorStorm Apocalypse
The new MotorStorm festival, packed with 40 ever-changing races, roars through a crumbling metropolis for the first time.
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Storm Into the Concrete Jungle

In MotorStorm Apocalypse the Stormers are bringing the extreme MotorStorm festival to a major metropolitan city that has been ravaged by a gigantic earthquake. With all of its unstable skyscrapers, fiery subway tunnels, twisting bridges and more, the almost completely abandoned city offers the perfect playground for MotorStorm's electric brand of brutal street racing. Fully customize your collection of vehicles -- which now includes supercars, muscle cars, and superbikes -- and face down your fellow Stormers as well as a city where destruction awaits you at every turn. And with tremors and aftershocks continuing to hit the city in real-time, you never know where the race will take you. Welcome to the concrete jungle. Welcome to the apocalypse, MotorStorm style.

Key Game Features

  • Pick and customize your vehicles from no less than 13 classes, with supercars, muscle cars, superbikes, choppers and more now added to the legendary mix of MotorStorm classics
  • Take part in more than 40 unique races, with each track changing every time you visit them
  • Survive staggering, epic real-time destruction effects – everything from machine gun fire to rocket attacks to earthquakes happening as you race
  • With 3D support, immerse yourself in the race as every crash and explosion come to life right into your living room in stereoscopic glory on your 3D enabled Sony Bravia TV
  • 4-player offline multiplayer support with split-screen functionality
  • Deep online features including intense 12-players online racing, sharing custom car designs with friends and creating and sharing totally new game experiences with the incredible Custom Mode Creator

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A superbike popping a wheelie to pull ahead and avoid an exploding bridge in Motorstorm Apocalypse
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Three vehicle types racing side-by-side in Motorstorm Apocalypse
13 customizable vehicle classes.
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Product Details

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  • ASIN: B003O680ZY
  • Product Dimensions: 6.7 x 0.6 x 5.3 inches ; 3.5 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: May 3, 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (177 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,454 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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25 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Jason on May 3, 2011
Just got this game today and have been playing it for several hours now. It is a lot of fun. The controls have been tightened up since Pacific Rift. The various vehicles still handle differently, but the new cars are very fun, and are a great addition to the Motorstorm series. The graphics are great in game-play and the city-landscape is fleshed out well, though the colors of the city, the crazy people you end up running over, the (what struck me as) slightly James Bond '70s TV show music and the over-the-top comic cut scenes add a sort of "don't take this too seriously" feel to the game. Don't get me wrong, this isn't necessarily a bad thing, in fact, I think it's a good direction for Motorstorm as a franchise, because sometimes I felt Pacific Rift took itself too seriously.

You begin playing Apocalypse and notice some interesting ways they get you up to speed with the story and how to utilize the game controls and strategies. In no time at all you're racing and winning races and thinking to yourself "this is really easy." But before too long you find some incredibly difficult tracks and the other players make life slightly more challenging. I was worried with the over-the-top track chaos and the insane "difficult to handle vehicle" mechanics that this game would be way to difficult. I feel those fears have been revealed. The skyline track you probably have seen if you've watched demos of the game showed an insane track that was almost impossible not to die in and have numerous frustrating "really?" moments. It's true that at times the game is frustrating and there are moments I found myself upset at the game for killing me.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By S. Schmidt on May 29, 2012
A number of reviews have already been written about this game so I think it is redundant for me to go into a lot of detail on the story, gameplay, and graphics. I will say that its graphics are the best to date in a Motorstorm game and the the controls are very responsive. The game feels like the difficulty may have been ramped down a little, but it is still enjoyable, nonetheless. I have played the full one hour game trial and downloaded the bundle that includes all DLC that is supposedly 50% off for playstation plus subscribers. You can get the game for about thirty five bucks most places now so the benefit to the bundle through PSN is really getting all DLC for free which still is a decent deal. What I really wanted to talk about is the 3D experience. If you have a 3D television, this game, in my opinion, does the best job with 3D of any of the 3D compatible games I have purchased to date. While I enjoyed Gran Turismo 5 and Ghost Recon future soldier I think the 3D in both of them was tacked on and therefore was horrible. Blacks Ops did a better job with 3D than those two games but Motorstorm Apocolypse is the 3D experience I was waiting for. From the moment I booted up the game the 3D looked so amazing that I decided I needed to get this game. My only regret is that I didn't get it sooner, but it got lost on my radar with other games that were coming out at the time. My daughter really enjoyed just sitting there and watching me play a racing game because the 3D in it is that good. I wish all 3D was handled this well.

Gameplay 5
Fun 5
3D Experience 5
Graphics 4
Sound 4
Controls 4.5

I highly recommend this game for racing game fans and it is a must buy for 3D tv owning ones at that.
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25 of 31 people found the following review helpful By lazyturtle on May 3, 2011
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I got this game today and when i started playing festival mode, it was a complete fun and destruction. Graphics are awesome even with so much going on the frame rate is just smooth. I've played about 2 hours in rookie campaign and it kept getting more challenging. The comic scenes just give the fun moments in the game and it makes a nice mood. There is a feature they added in the game which you can take photos in campaign mode while you playing which is sweet. The physics are terrific same as the AI. I don't know if there is the same feature in online mode because psn stills down. If you buy this game which i recommend it will be lots of fun...I changed my mind, i don't know if i have one after playing this game. I passed the rookie mode and the i got to the pro mode in the festival which is soo effin difficult. I'm stuck on a track that is impossible to win. I have a supermini which doesn't help at all. The developers exaggerated the game difficulty, let me tell you I'm not a child so you know that i can handle any game except this ridiculous hard game. I'll be surprise if the own developers won't be able to beat this game. I think IGN was right about the difficulty of this game.(it will make you throw your controller away). I hope there is an update to fix the difficulty. I still recommend this game because has epic graphics and full of adrenaline except for festival in pro mode which is PURE FRUSTRATION.

Multiplayer....(PSN is down:(

Graphics-9.7/10
Gameplay-9/10
Physics-9.5/10
Sound and music 10/10
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Elias on July 9, 2012
With wind and rain whipping at your face, and two cars sandwiching you between them, you hurdle forward at a breakneck pace in your battered car while buildings explode behind you. Suddenly, the manhole covers all around you begin to erupt with pillars of fire, causing you and your rivals to swerve radically in order to avoid getting incinerated. But just as you think you're in the clear, time slows to a screeching halt as the entire road blows up in front of you, creating a makeshift ramp above a blazing chasm. Hitting your boost, you leave your opponents in your dust as your car soars mere feet above the raging inferno below you. All of this happens in less than 15 seconds. This is the chaotic world of "Motorstorm Apocalypse", which houses the most fun I've had with a racing game since "Burnout Revenge."

There is a plot to this festival of carnage, which, as you may have guessed, is pretty terrible. Throughout the paper thin story, you take control of three different characters who belong to a roaming group of racing junkies. This motley crew runs around in a post-apocalyptic society and race each other because... well, because they want to, I suppose. There's nothing particularly engaging about these characters, and their interactions only serve as a segway from one race to another. While there is a certain shlocky B-movie charm to the cheesy dialogue and "Road Warrior"-derived plot, that charm is sucked out by the disparagingly low-rent motion comic cutscenes, which look cheap and are immensely disjointed at times. If you don't go in expecting too much, and instead view the whole story as a funny checklist of cliches (oppressive corporations, warring factions, etc.) to get a few cheap laughs out of, you'll do just fine.
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