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Split/Second

Platform(s): PC, PSP, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360
Genre: Racing
Publisher: Disney Interactive Studios
Developer: Black Rock Studio
Release Date: May 18, 2010 (US), May 21, 2010 (EU)

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'Split/Second' (ALL) Demo Now On Xbox Live

by Rainier on April 26, 2010 @ 5:44 a.m. PDT

Split/Second, known in Europe as Split/Second: Velocity, is an intense action racing game set within the world of a hyper-competitive reality television show. Competitors vie to be the first across the finish line in a made-for-TV city built for destruction, with the ultimate goal of becoming the season champion.

Competitors in Split/Second don’t just collide with other vehicles to knock them from the track - they can also trigger explosive events that drastically alter the dynamics of the race. Players must use strategy and pinpoint timing to derail opponents, tactically alter the track or create entirely new routes.

The Split/Second demo will be available exclusively on Xbox LIVE until May 11, when it will also become available on the PlayStation®Network. Set within the world of a fictional reality TV show, Split/Second gives gamers the opportunity to not only race to the finish line, but also trigger explosive events to take out opponents, alter the track and become the season champion.

The demo will allow players to experience the Airport Terminal level in race mode. Players will race through a fictional airport terminal taking out opponents by triggering events, such as bringing down the air traffic control tower and a remotely piloted cargo plane, in an exciting race to the finish line.

Split/Second, rated E10+ for Everyone 10 and Older, will be available for Xbox 360, PS3 ($59.99) and PC ($49.99).


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