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Game Description:Off-road racing doesn't get more off-road than this. Travel to an exotic island paradise - and roar through all of it - in MotorStorm: Pacific Rift. Not content to be a mere backdrop, the island influences every moment of every race. You'll cover terrain ranging from tangled jungles and soaring peaks to active volcanoes. Along the way Mother Nature hits you with everything she's got. The mud's thick, the brush is dense, and the lava is hot. This racing paradise also features three-racer split-screens, custom races in free-play, and eight vehicle classes thanks to the addition of monster trucks. There are also new performance-based ratings, a photo mode, and online races for up to 16.
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