Gas Guzzlers: Combat Carnage Shows Off Some Environments

  • Gilberto

    I will visit your blog regularly for some latest news.

  • Winnifred

    Damn ! Never trust nothing but the best.

  • Adrianne

    LOL! this is why I stick my my N64.

  • Corie

    This game is garbage, its always been, the devs suck.

  • Esmeralda

    really excited for this!

  • Tekin zbek

    Im seeking for a game, but I can’t keep in mind the name.
    It was on the ps2
    you have been flying in vehicles
    you had boosts and powerups (speed/rockets/mines)
    you had numerous arena’s
    you had to ruin eachother
    it had multiplayer.

    If you believe you know it, make sure you support an outdated participant get his recreation again :3
    Pretty related to whipeout, only there was no real start and finish, the spherical ended if all but 1 players have been dead
    I bear in mind an ice arena, with an minor island in the middle, a bowl shaped arena and an indoor arena in which there was a hole in the middle, and a powerup floating over it.

  • Harriett Legler

    It is a car fight video game for the PS1 that I employed to personal but i forgot what it is called. I know for a truth that it is not in the twisted metal collection nor vigilante 8.
    Never mind I located it. The recreation is named “Rogue Trip.” Many Thanks anyways.

  • Noemi Madero

    I’ve been starting up to study the spiderman comics and I adore venom and carnage. Then I heard of one more comparable character names Toxin. I just want to know what all the various tales there are driving the three of them. And if Toxin is even a actual character in spiderman.

  • Eberhard

    now this is an previous PS2 game, its a car battle sport that requires a whole lot of whacy guns and arms.
    all this overcome is completed out of a weird searching auto in a fairly open up world.

  • Elyn Patchman

    I know its not Twisted Metal. There was a range of cars to use. I do keep in mind there was an Elvis esque character who drove with his feet or something. There was also a Bus, each and every auto had distinct energy ups and such. It was for the PS1 or 2.

  • Gundown64

    In certain missions throughout the game storyline, Niko has to steal a police car to hunt someone down or kill someone, such as in the missions “Crime & Punishment” and “Search and Delete”. I know that, upon entering the police car, the player is given a Combat Shotgun with 5 rounds of bullets (if the player doesn’t have one). However, I would like to retain the Pump Action Shotgun even when I enter the police car while not being replaced.

    REWARD: 10 points.

  • Michael

    In cars, airplanes, boats, amusement parks, little row boats on a lake, swings, video games, car chase scenes…

  • jag43216

    I am getting a PS3 soon, and I used to have a PS1. I loved many of the games on there, and while I’ve heard you can’t play PS1 discs on PS3, I’ve been told you can download most of the previous PS games on PSN. I’ll be getting all my old favorites, Syphon Filter, Crash Bandicoot, Spec Ops: Covert Assault, etc. There is one I am having trouble remembering though. It’s a combat driving game. NO IT IS NOT TWISTED METAL, THOUGH IT WAS AWESOME. I think it may have been hotwheels or something like that, but basically you drive miniature toy cars (thats what made me think it may have been produced by hotwheels) through real world environments, the excitement being that you’re on small scale, so the cookie jar in the kitchen seems like the size of a house, and the concrete pipes on the construction site seem 100X bigger than a normal tunnel.

    This is all I know and remember:
    -It was on PS1
    -It was miniature cars, the size of hotwheels
    -There were weapons like machine guns and missiles
    -You could choose different cars and different weapons for your cars
    -There were many maps/tracks/environments, all of which were real life size (in other words everything looked massive from your small car prospective)
    -Kitchen/House and Construction Site weren’t made up examples, I actually remember those as being maps, and Cookie jar and concrete pipe as actually parts of their environments, respectively

    Thanks for any help

  • ConfusionnaJob

    Hello, a few years ago I used to play a fun game.
    It was an online shockwave game. It was 3D, but not too “awesome” graphics. In the game, you could build small, sturdy, cheap cars, attach weapons to them and customize them a lot, and engage in combat with other players. The whole game had a bit of a dark feeling.

    Any idea what it is?
    Sorry, not Junk Wars