Wipeout: Pure is one of my favorite games on the PSP. The great graphics, music and gameplay were fantastic, but the incredible amount of downloadable content is what made it one of the best games on the handheld. For months after the game's launch, we were presented with tons of new tracks and ships, essentially doubling the length of the game for free, making it one of the greatest values on the system (especially at Greatest Hits price). While the team has gone quiet since the last update, it appears that Sony is officially announcing the end of downloads... in Japan, at least.
It's a little sad to know that there will most likely never be downloads again for Wipeout: Pure, but hopefully that means that the team is working on what I really want now: a sequel.
Reader Comments (Page 1 of 1)
9-20-2006 @ 4:00PM
Talking about sequels... I don't think that any wipeout sequel had great advantages over the old one.
Wipeout is just too simple (and good) to improve it besides new tracks and ships.
9-23-2006 @ 11:02AM
matt glatz said...
another boring day of psp news