Ubisoft has just announced Mad Riders, a new off-road arcade racing game developed by Techland. This might recall you the game Nail'd from the same developer. Let's hope this time we'll be able to do some tricks. It will be available as digital download this Spring on Xbox 360, PS3 and PC. First trailer and screens inside.
FEEL THE HEART-POUNDING THRILL OF EXTREME OFF-ROAD RACING COMPETITION
Mad Riders is an adrenaline-fueled off-road arcade racing game that sets new standards for the racing genre on Xbox LIVE Arcade and Playstation Network.
Perform aerial stunts, use your boost wisely, and open shortcuts to dominate your friends on 45 tracks in stunning tropical locations across the globe.
The game’s breathtaking speed and accessible gameplay allows players of all skills to instantly pick up on the fun, while the competitive multiplayer and customization options will keep them coming back.
Mad Riders delivers the ultimate off-road racing experience for thrill seekers and fans of wheel-to-wheel action!
Be crafty to claim victory
Enter wheel-to-wheel frenzy, thanks to an intuitive drop-in system, and compete in 3 exciting multiplayer modes playable up to 12 players.
Race in stunning exotic locations
Race on 45 different tracks set in breathtaking locales around the world.
Experience blistering speed
Boosting is the key to victory! Fill your boost bar by performing stunts or by collecting rings to be the fastest.
Compete with other racers
Put your skills to the test against friends and the community thanks the worldide online leaderboards.
Use shortcuts to your advantage
Use shor tcuts wisely to steal victory by turning the tide of a race.
Define your style
Choose from a large selection of ATVs and Buggies and customize your vehicle and character to match your style.
Dominate the air
Mastering the air is as important as mastering the ground. Impressive aerial stunts will fill your boost bar to stay ahead.
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*about game engine graphics pipelines (45 minutes ago)
Then you start getting into proprietary software hell and potentially preventing other developers from writing innovative software solutions themselves. It's a WEIRD idea. (46 minutes ago)
and game engine graphics pipelines or even programming interfaces for their products. None of that is their role in the whole thing.. and it shouldn't be. (47 minutes ago)
@Sdarts: Nvidia and AMD already do help developers with optimization more than they should have to. Nvidia and AMD should be improving the hardware and driver end of the technology and not worrying (47 minutes ago)
Nvidia and AMD don't even provide the API for their graphics cards. That would be the next layer between the developer and the video card. DirectX. (48 minutes ago)