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WipEout HD
Game Description:WipEout HD features a selection of the best tracks taken from previous versions of the series, meticulously crafted and fully reworked to showcase the power of PS3. Available exclusively as a download on PLAYSTATION Store and featuring 1080p High Definition visuals running at a breathtaking 60 frames per second, WipEout HD represents the future of the iconic anti-gravity racing series when it launches in late 2007. For the first time, players will have the option of steering their anti-gravity ships to victory in a whole new way thanks to the SIXAXIS Wireless Controller; a feature that, combined with true High Definition graphics, will have racers on the edge of their seats as they take on the best from around the world in online multiplayer modes.
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