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Nothing says summer (sunburn, too much chlorine, overpriced bad theme park food, etc…) like a good ol’ local water park! Do the ModNation a summertime favor and build us that themed waterpark of our (and your) dreams.
A Renaissance waterpark? How about a Western waterpark? An Outer Space waterpark?… the themes are pretty endless. Make us some cool (pun intended) waterpark tracks using the new DLC and they just might end up in Hot Lap or Top Tracks! DETAILS HERE.
No, keep your clothes on, thank you very much. We meant that there is a lot going on in the world of ModNation Racers this time of year. Have a seat, grab a cool beverage and relax because YOU have a lot to do this week!
Junkyard Part Pack is available in the PlayStation Store on July 26th for $4.99.
This pack includes: Doberman, Crushed Car Cube, Car Pile, Tire Pile, Office Shack, Conveyor Belt Ramp, Car Crusher, Car Compactor, Giant Magnet, Incinerator, Oil Drum and Oxy Acetylene Tanks.
Oil Stain Mod & Kart will be available in the PlayStation Store on August 2nd.
In April we celebrated our two-millionth user-generated creation with the uber-successful ModNation-Palooza’s keyword searches. These searches revealed some amazing creations. Last week we concluded the “Moddys”, a celebration of ModNation Racers’ One Year Anniversary in which our team took an in-depth look at the past year’s best Mods, Karts and Tracks and gave them some well-deserved recognition. Check them out here!
Hey ModNation, no time for putzin’ around, let’s get this thing going!
– Changes to the XP series of races
– Week three of the “Moddys” Celebration
– Our “Missing In Action” report
… and let’s not forget that gorgeous new DLC!
Backburn Mod & Kart are available to purchase in the PlayStation on June 28th! Mod & Kart are $1.75 or each piece separately for $0.99.
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As most of you heard at the Sony Press Conference kicking off E3, we are proudly bringing the ModNation franchise to the much anticipated PlayStation Vita. It was a great opportunity to share with you all some of the things our team has in store. Take a look at this…
As most of you heard at the Sony Press Conference kicking off E3, we are proudly bringing the ModNation franchise to the much anticipated PlayStation Vita. It was a great opportunity to share with you all some of the things our team has in store for you.
The team has also made huge strides in creating a ground up effort to make a ModNation title that takes full advantage of the PlayStation Vita features. As mentioned in the Press Conference, this title is not a port of the PSP or PS3 sku’s. On the creation side, we showed that in a matter of seconds how fast and easy it is to create a track by drawing it with your finger. The front touch capability of the PS Vita has kicked the door wide open for more intuitive ways to edit your track and place props to your personal liking. But without a doubt, the single most element that received the most “Oooos and Aaaahs,” was the power of the back touch.
Over the years on the E3 stage, we’ve talked about the “PlayStation family” – our enthusiastic fans and loyal supporters around the world. This year, “PlayStation family” has taken on an increasingly important meaning. I personally want to thank each and every one of you for your patience during the recent PlayStation Network outage. We are extremely grateful for your passion and loyalty. The PlayStation community is stronger and more vibrant than ever and, as detailed a few minutes ago during the E3 press conference, we’re going to thank you for your loyalty with new gaming and entertainment experiences on PlayStation and PSN that will continue to affirm our leadership.
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