Beam it into your Asseg-eyes
You know you've put together a strong press conference when something like WipEout Omega Collection – a jaw dropping reveal under ordinary circumstances – doesn't even feel like the main draw. But make no mistake: Sony XDev Europe's compilation of classic anti-grav racing tracks is looking like a real treat –...
The t-shirt delivers
Shawn Layden, you're alright. WipEout has been conspicuously missing on Sony's current gen hardware for far too long, and at the beginning of the company's PSX 2016 presser, the iconic racing series was revealed to be coming to the PlayStation 4 by everyone's favourite bearded executive. It's called WipEout: Omega Collection,...
In the fast lane
The closure of Studio Liverpool seemingly placed the final nail in WipEout's coffin – but co-creator Nick Burcombe has said that he'd make a sequel if Sony gave him the rights to the brand. Of course, you may want to temper your expectations here – Burcombe's current team, PlayRise Digital, created Table Top Racing: World...
As any of you that have had a cursory glance at the Push Square homepage will know: today is PlayStation's big 20th anniversary in Europe. Of course, this means that it's also WipEout's birthday, as the first entry in Psygnosis' high-octane series deployed alongside the PSone all the way back on 29th September, 1995. And what better way...
Not quite wiped out
WipEout is a part of PlayStation's DNA, and speaking at EGX 2015 this week, Worldwide Studios president Shuhei Yoshida suggested that the series has not been retired - despite the closure of legendary developer Studio Liverpool a few years ago. Speaking during a panel, the super passionate suit said that it tries to find a...
But we'll take it
WipEout is coming to the PlayStation 4 – as part of a new Resogun ship pack. The crafts – inspired by Studio Liverpool's legendary racing series – include a handful of the most famous teams from the franchise's futuristic antigravity league, including Feisar, Piranha, Auricom, AG Sys, and Qirex. We're frowning at the absence...
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Republished on Thursday, 2th December 2014: We're bringing this article back from the archives to celebrate the PSone's big 20th Anniversary this week. The original feature follows. Originally published on Friday, 14th September 2012: Following the recent closure of Studio...
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It surprised many when Sony shut down Studio Liverpool, formerly Psygnosis and developer of one of the most iconic game series on Sony's systems, WipEout. The most recent entry, WipEout 2048, is one of the best titles on Vita, but the fate of the franchise is unclear now that its driving force has been disbanded. For many,...
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