Sprint Cars: Road to Knoxville (PS2/PC)
Published by THQ's ValuSoft division, Sprint Cars: Road to Knoxville delivers an adrenaline-filled racing experience at speeds of more than 140 mph with roaring engines and high impact crashes.
"Sprint car racing is where many top tier drivers begin their careers and establish themselves as true racing professionals," said Scott Zerby, vice president, ValuSoft. "Sprint Cars: Road to Knoxville lets fans embrace the days on the dirt for these drivers and lets them experience all the bumps, thrills and fun of sprint car racing."
Starting as a small town star and working through the ranks to become a national legend, Sprint Cars: Road to Knoxville lets players race in several single player modes packed with options or engage in a two-player, split-screen arcade mode for one race or an entire season. Players compete in Tony Stewart's #20 Winged Sprint Car on 20 of the circuit's toughest tracks, including Eldora Speedway, Dodge City Raceway Park, Williams Grove Speedway and the world famous Knoxville Raceway. The game also offers many popular dirt track vehicle classes, such as ¾ Midget, Sprint and Open-Wheel Modified. Sprint Cars: Road to Knoxville is complete with realistic physics that will have cars flipping, colliding and experiencing real world damage. In addition, players can compare their best times online at www.sprintcarsthegame.com.
Sprint Cars: Road to Knoxville is rated "E" for everyone and is now available at a suggested retail price of $14.99, a PC version is also available at retailers nationwide.
Pacific Storm (PC)
CDV Software Entertainment USA and Buka Entertainment are pleased to announce that Pacific Storm has shipped to North American retail outlets. Pacific Storm is a combination RTS/Action title set in the Pacific Theater of World War II. Pacific Storm will appeal to both serious strategists and action-oriented gamers alike, with its combination of rich strategic elements and in-the-cockpit combat controls.
An exciting new hybrid title, Pacific Storm mixes the strategic elements of RTS titles with the action of an arcade title. RTS fans and serious wargamers alike will enjoy classic strategy elements including resource management, unit and building construction and unit deployment, while action fans will be able to take the skies or seas as they directly control units in intense combat, changing the tide of individual battles, or perhaps the entire war.