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GF Rating
6.9

864 ratings

Critic & User Reviews

GF Rating
10

Perfect

Frist place

posted by jakeob (SACRAMENTO, CA) Nov 2, 2009

Member since Apr 2008

This is the frist racing game for the psp. This game has over the top racing and badass wepons. This is also the fastest speed I saw for a racer yet and the amount of contend for this game is amazing. This is the frist must have game for the psp line up of launch titles. Go get it now or get the seguel

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GF Rating
7

Good

This game has officaly Wiped out

posted by WarStarXL (BEAVERTON, OR) Jun 6, 2009

Member since Mar 2009

This game is a racer that can be fun at first.Then after a while there is nothing to do not many tracks your doing the same races like 5 times!!! also there arnt many modes and no online play. and there arnt many vehicles and there is not much to unlock.

The Good:

Its fun racer to play

Graphics Are really amazing

Good variety of power ups

Bad:

Gets boring easily

Really Repetitive

Not much to unlock

Not much Stages or vehicles

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GF Rating
9

Excellent

A Revolutionary Racer

posted by ConFac47 (DENVER, CO) Oct 13, 2008

Member since Jul 2007

WipEout Pure is possibly the best in the series so far. Normally, I have a disposition against racing games; they usually get boring after the first game completion. But WipEout Pure takes the cake. The graphics and frame rate are surprisingly good for the PSP, especially for one of its earlier ports. I thoroughly enjoyed the game, even the races I had long since completed. The controls, while difficult at first, make full use of the PSP's cramped features. The soundtrack doesn't really get old, and manages to keep up a general level of excitement. If you have bought a PSP, I heavily recommend that you invest $20 in this game, it's well worth the money, and is an excellent introduction to the series. If anything, it keeps you from forgetting your PSP altogether, which, unfortunately, seems to be happening often, now that the PS3 has stolen center stage.

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