Psyonix making vehicle sports for PSN

Score goals and crash cars in mid-air.

Psyonix Studio, the developer porting Monster Madness to PS3, is working on a PSN game called Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars. Which is quite a mouthful.

Due out this autumn, SARPBC is an automotive sports game based around trying to score goals, much like the Top Gear team playing car football.

Only, here there are boosters to zip over and ridiculous acrobatics, and with everything ruled by a physics engine, the outcome should be nothing less than unpredictable.

There are all sorts of team leagues and statistics to keep track of and, while the emphasis is on multiplayer, there are also single-player bouts and mini-games for the lonely type.

Pop over to our Supersonic Acrobatic Rocket-Powered Battle-Cars gallery to find out more.

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