Three promising kart racing games but only one of them stars Ulala, your Xbox Live Avatar, and Wreck-It Ralph.
Sackboy and friends put aside their platforming roots in favor of lean, mean, homemade machines. The result is a stand-out kart racer with enough tweaks and customization to make it play almost exactly the way you want.
Square Enix’s Sleeping Dogs is a solid, mission-to-mission, open-world action experience. You’ll hurt a lot of thugs, drive a lot of cars recklessly, and work for a lot of shady characters — all while kicking and capping through a you’ll-see-everything-coming-by-a-mile storyline.
Spinning, zooming, creating, zapping and slapping: all in a day’s beta with Little Big Planet Karting.
Ready for the race? Beta signups for LittleBigPlanet Karting go live, giving an early glimpse into the user-crafted tracks, weapons, and karts of the upcoming racer.
GamesBeat’s Dean Takahashi sits down with Mike Fischer, head of North American operations for Square Enix, who says that Activision was crazy to let True Crime: Hong Kong go. Square Enix is publishing that game as Sleeping Dogs