E3 09 – ‘Gravity Crash’ for PSN

‘Gravity Crash’ from Just Add Water and SCEE is a dream come true for older and retro gamers (like me!)
More after the break

The game that up until last week was only known as ‘Project V’ was finally unveiled initially in the “Sizzle Video” at the Sony Press conference for E3 2009. Using Vector Graphics like retro arcade titles like Asteroids and Battlezone, and gameplay elements from games like Gravitar and Choplifter, but also spicing things up with incredibly clean visuals and an insanely cool style all its own, this game is sure to be a winner.

Not only do you get a fun single-player experience, Gravity Crash also includes 4-player, Split-Screen multiplayer. If you finish all of the levels included with the game, they’ve also included an incredibly intuitive Level Editor.

All-in-all, this unique game is shaping-up VERY well. We’ll have more coverage soon!

**Note** The video doesn’t show how “clean” and vivid that the graphics really look. I am trying to get some direct feed video and/or screenshots very soon.

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  • trickmanterry

    It's prettied-up Gravitar with better controls! Want.

  • Gravity Crash's gameplay looks really great, and it was confirmed on twitter during E3 that Tim Wright @CoLDSToRAGE is doing the audio for it. Watch the official trailer, it sounds fantastic

  • Good catch, we're working on something related to your post……….

    Keep your eyes on the forums soon

  • Ohh!!! A CoLD SToRAGE interview perhaps? If so I'll be sending you a list of questions lol

  • InfinityDevil

    Woo big props to Martin for saying it reminded him of Space Taxi!

  • Space Taxi on the C64 was 1 of my most favorite games back in the day. I know visual it doesn't look like space taxi but the craft dynamics and picking up little dudes just reminded me so much of Space taxi. πŸ˜€ Brings back memories…

  • InfinityDevil

    I really liked that game too. I can distinctly remember the synthesized voice of the patrons when they would call out to you. It took so much processing power that the whole game froze while it spoke. “Hey taxi!” would basically use the same voice sample and then tweak the pitch down or up if the person was male or female.

  • InfinityDevil

    I really liked that game too. I can distinctly remember the synthesized voice of the patrons when they would call out to you. It took so much processing power that the whole game froze while it spoke. “Hey taxi!” would basically use the same voice sample and then tweak the pitch down or up if the person was male or female.

  • Space Taxi on the C64 was 1 of my most favorite games back in the day. I know visually it doesn't look anything like space taxi but the craft dynamics and picking up little dudes just reminded me so much of Space taxi. πŸ˜€ Brings back memories…

  • I really liked that game too. I can distinctly remember the synthesized voice of the patrons when they would call out to you. It took so much processing power that the whole game froze while it spoke. “Hey taxi!” would basically use the same voice sample and then tweak the pitch down or up if the person was male or female.