One of my favorite games ever on the PS3 when it comes to the driving genre is MotorStorm. This is a game where you can race that also has a combat aspect where you can crash opponents to win. The games in the franchise also have great graphics and are some of the best driving games I have played on the console. With the PS Vita set to hit the US, a new version is coming just for the portable console.
The portable version is called MotorStorm RC. Sony has some good news for fans of the franchise in the US. It has teamed up with Scion to offer the game at no charge to all PS Vita owners. The game is Scion branded and players can drive the new Scion iQ in the game.
Only the PS Vita version is free, the PS3 version will sell for $9.99. The game isn't free for a light version alone or for a limited time. When you grab the game it's yours in full to keep. However, the game will only be free for a limited time so downloaded soon. The game has 16 tracks across for environments and 8 different racing categories.
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