December is officially upon us, meaning itís time for the first PlayStation Plus update of the month. Starting this afternoon, gamers with a love for the open road, hairpin turns and photo finishes can add Grid 2 to their Instant Game Collection on the PlayStation 3. Thereís also a bunch of holiday sales available featuring some ridiculously low prices on games new and old.
While everyone is off enjoying their Memorial Day, this is just your friendly weekly reminder that the PlayStation Network will be updating with new content tomorrow, including full games like Fuse and Grid 2, as well as PlayStation 2 classic, The Warriors.
If you're looking to buy a new car and GRID 2, you can get both in one fell swoop. The GRID 2 Mono Edition, priced at £125,000 (or $188,850), comes with a copy of the racing game as well as a BAC Mono supercar.
A new in-game trailer from Codemasters' upcoming arcade racer, Grid 2 features some break-neck speed racing and intense drifting within closed circuit tracks. The latest trailer, as depicted above, is a race against the timer to reach the finish line. It's kind of crazy because as the timer is counting down you're hoping that things just turn out a lot different than the way they do.
Codemasters confirmed today that their racing game GRID 2 will be hitting stores on May 28th. They also announced a couple Special Editions exclusive to GameStop and Best Buy.
Less than a handful of new screenshots have been released for the upcoming racing game, Grid 2. There's no specific theme to the new screenshots other than some heavy post processing effects, which gives the game that good 'ole fashioned DirectX 11 feel.
Codemasters released the first gameplay footage from their racer GRID 2 this morning. It shows a race between two muscle cars on a strip of American road.
Codemasters will be using an updated version of their EGO engine for racing game GRID 2. The new screenshots of the game show that this new and improved EGO will deliver some very impressive visuals.
Racing game GRID 2 was announced just a week ago and it's already creating controversy. Some fans of the series aren't happy that this sequel won't feature a cockpit cam. Codemasters says that they decided the feature wasn't worth the trade-offs.
Earlier today Codemasters formally announced GRID 2, sequel to their 2008 racer. They've released a new cinematic trailer that complements the details and screenshots released in the morning.
After two years of pre-production, Codemasters is finally ready to reveal GRID 2 to the world. Today they delivered the first information on the racing game, which is set to hit the Xbox 360, PS3, and PC in 2013.
Today Codemasters confirmed the existence of GRID 2, sequel to the 2008 racing game for the PS3, Xbox 360 and PC.. They've released a trailer that hints at a full reveal next week.