How do the new vehicle classes – the Snowcat and the Snow Machine – affect the game?
They give us another distinguishing factor from the previous games and, obviously, they fit with the setting perfectly. Both are tracked vehicles. The Snow Machine is one of the lighter vehicles but has a track and skis instead of wheels. It’ll be pretty effective on the snow. The Snow Cat is more a rival to the Big Rig and will perform well on any surface. Just be careful with the amount of momentum it can build up. The joy of crashes is a big part of MotorStorm so how have you tried to build on that thrill? As with the rest of the game, it is MotorStorm, so we’ve just tried to emulate what’s seen in the PS3 games. The crashes will be there, vehicles will crumple, bits will fall off and ragdolls will fly through the air – all conveying that intense, destructive side of the experience. What are the differences between the PSP and the PS2 versions of the game? The game is developed primarily for PSP but they’re essentially the same game. It’s mainly the multiplayer modes that make them