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Split Second Velocity For PS3 & Xbox 360 - £9.85 Delivered @ Zavvi & The Hut
Split Second Velocity For PS3 & Xbox 360 - £9.85 Delivered @ Zavvi & The Hut

Split Second Velocity For PS3 & Xbox 360 - £9.85 Delivered @ Zavvi & The Hut

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Split/Second brings a whole new dynamic to driving games, with some of the most explosive and action-oriented races ever.
Put the pedal to the metal and scream through deserted racecourses rigged with explosives. In Split/Second's unique approach to racing drifting corners, pulling handbrake turns and scraping paint passing other cars fills your powerplay meter.

Powerplay juice lets you unleash massive environmental triggers to devastating affect on other racers and the track itself. Bring down bridges, smash cars off the track, send flying debris everywhere with a well-time powerplay and explode from the back of the pack to take that Split/Second photo-finish win.

Split/Second tears up the racing rulebook to bring you an all-new explosive approach to speed. It's time to bring the house down

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Great game very underated....Hot

My favourite racer on ps3. Yes, even over gt5. It is fun and fast..very underrated. The expansion pack is currently on sale for 1.99 on psn too.

Fully agree with above comments HOT

Yup, yup, bought it for a tad under £30 and worth every penny. Silly price now!

Best add "/The Hut" to the title and include the voucher code before someone posts it as a separate deal and poaches the heat.

thehut.com/ely…ond


Edited by: "Kanedaaaaaa" 12th Mar 2011

Thought it was a terrible game and most stores I went into today in Bury had this game for £8 on PS3.. Then again this is delivered so not a bad price its average nothing special.

I think this was by far the best arcade racer of last year...cant wait for the sequel which has been anounced to be under works.
I played the game alot and some of the races to get the platinum trophy were irritating, but its a brilliant game.

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Kanedaaaaaa

Best add "/The Hut" to the title and include the voucher code before … Best add "/The Hut" to the title and include the voucher code before someone posts it as a separate deal and poaches the heat. [url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.thehut.com%2Felysium.search%3Fsearch%3Dsplit%2Bsecond]http://www.thehut.com/elysium.search?search=split+second[/url]


Sorry but which voucher? Only one voucher works £5 off £50 Spend , this same thing at Zavvi, but thanx to mention this

Going through this now, about 7 or 8 episodes in.
Absolutely brilliant and a very refreshing gameplay style.
Some of the time trial events are quite challenging though in the race against the clock.
Gives such a sense of achievement when you get that gold though ;-)

So many quality moments in the game, 1 of the best for me so far was probably during a full on drift on to a run way only realising that at the time there was what looked liked a massive antonof plane coming in to crash land, the scale of everything was spot on and quite hair raising just skimming the roof of my motor as I squeezed between its wing and the road

If anyone does pick this up or anyone who has it who goes online my PSN ID is: GazzaGSi
Could hook up for a few events. I like how the ranking system works online too, starting at 99 and working down to 1. The higher you finish the more ranks you will reduce to. Or the further at the back of the pack you are you end up having ranks added back on. 1 tip though; when you are last do not disconnet as you will drop 10 ranks whereas finishing last does not add that many ranks on. Pain in the butt if your net disconnets/drops but at least its a way to try and combats quitters.

Cheers, voted hot.
Gaz

EXCELLENT game, agree with other comments, very under rated

Got this & Enslaved for £12.85. Used SPEND20 voucher for extra £2 off (plus Quidco). Thanks.
Edited by: "mckayc" 13th Mar 2011

Exceelent game - anyone fancy an online race? lol

Found this review.
The ecstasy and the agony. Split/Second starts out with a bang. Giant set pieces exploding all around you and races that literally come down to a split second. The first few hours are blissfully spent racing, setting off explosions, and gaping. The game looks like a perfect 10. Then when the game hits its stride, it slaps you upside the head with its stupidly awful, unforgivable a.i, an a.i. that I score an abysmal 0. The a.i. controlled cars do not really race better then you, they race with cars much, much faster than yours. The only worse crime than nerfing the player's car is enchanting the a.i. cars with magical powers. Seeing the pack blast pass you at nearly twice your speed is disheartening. Seeing them blast pass you in the very same car you have is gut wrenching. Seeing them blast pass you when you are just a few hundred virtual feet from the finish will make you want to throw your controller at your television. It gets worse, though, as the a.i. will often manage to end up more than 8 seconds ahead of you, well out of sight and well beyond your ability to even the odds with "power plays". This a.i. behavior defeats the entire premise of the game. Correcting a.i. behavior seems like a simple fix: tell the a.i. cars to stop cheating. The terribly programmed a.i. begs the question whether Black Rock even play test this game. I know they did, because they had a limited beta. Normally when a game developer has a beta or hires play testers, they do it to learn things. Maybe they forgot that players like to win once in a while. In fact, players like to win all the time. No one and I mean NO ONE buys a racing game to lose. I almost feel that this game needs a casual mode. I mean "almost" because no racing game should be this frustrating difficult. Most of the reviews for this game are positive, but I think that is the result of playing the game for only a few hours. The fun really drops off after the half way point and never picks up again. The reviewers never got to the point where they were playing the same tracks over and over, beautiful though the tracks may be. The reviewers never had to race against a pack of SUV that accelerate faster than a Formula 1 race car. The reviewers never had to replay races over and over to try to win a new car in the hopes that this one might give them the edge, only to find out that the stats on the car really don't matter. Fittingly, the shoddy artificial intelligence was followed by shoddy natural intelligence. The graphics, sound, and concept are superb. A shame all that work goes to waste because Black Rock does not understand the single player experience. I wonder if Black Rock ever calculated the number of lost sales as frustrated and disheartened players sent their copies of Split/Second onto the used market. I know that is the fate of my copy. As for a sequel, seriously why bother? Black Rock has filled its customer base with negative memories towards its product. Who really wants to relive that sinking feeling when you lost that race for the 5th time because the a.i. can cheat? My advice to Black Rock, patch the original or get out of the racing genre. Hmm interestin review lol.


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Found this review.The ecstasy and the agony. Split/Second starts out with … Found this review.The ecstasy and the agony. Split/Second starts out with a bang. Giant set pieces exploding all around you and races that literally come down to a split second. The first few hours are blissfully spent racing, setting off explosions, and gaping. The game looks like a perfect 10. Then when the game hits its stride, it slaps you upside the head with its stupidly awful, unforgivable a.i, an a.i. that I score an abysmal 0. The a.i. controlled cars do not really race better then you, they race with cars much, much faster than yours. The only worse crime than nerfing the player's car is enchanting the a.i. cars with magical powers. Seeing the pack blast pass you at nearly twice your speed is disheartening. Seeing them blast pass you in the very same car you have is gut wrenching. Seeing them blast pass you when you are just a few hundred virtual feet from the finish will make you want to throw your controller at your television. It gets worse, though, as the a.i. will often manage to end up more than 8 seconds ahead of you, well out of sight and well beyond your ability to even the odds with "power plays". This a.i. behavior defeats the entire premise of the game. Correcting a.i. behavior seems like a simple fix: tell the a.i. cars to stop cheating. The terribly programmed a.i. begs the question whether Black Rock even play test this game. I know they did, because they had a limited beta. Normally when a game developer has a beta or hires play testers, they do it to learn things. Maybe they forgot that players like to win once in a while. In fact, players like to win all the time. No one and I mean NO ONE buys a racing game to lose. I almost feel that this game needs a casual mode. I mean "almost" because no racing game should be this frustrating difficult. Most of the reviews for this game are positive, but I think that is the result of playing the game for only a few hours. The fun really drops off after the half way point and never picks up again. The reviewers never got to the point where they were playing the same tracks over and over, beautiful though the tracks may be. The reviewers never had to race against a pack of SUV that accelerate faster than a Formula 1 race car. The reviewers never had to replay races over and over to try to win a new car in the hopes that this one might give them the edge, only to find out that the stats on the car really don't matter. Fittingly, the shoddy artificial intelligence was followed by shoddy natural intelligence. The graphics, sound, and concept are superb. A shame all that work goes to waste because Black Rock does not understand the single player experience. I wonder if Black Rock ever calculated the number of lost sales as frustrated and disheartened players sent their copies of Split/Second onto the used market. I know that is the fate of my copy. As for a sequel, seriously why bother? Black Rock has filled its customer base with negative memories towards its product. Who really wants to relive that sinking feeling when you lost that race for the 5th time because the a.i. can cheat? My advice to Black Rock, patch the original or get out of the racing genre. Hmm interestin review lol.




The reviewer obviously couldnt play the game. I found it competative but if you race properly then you win quite easily. Ace game. End of.

Not dispatched, will cancelled like the last time.

so why is hot ?
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