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FlatOut: Head On Latest News - PSP

Game Description:Finally, the trademark mayhem of the FlatOut series crashes and burns onto the PSP handheld! Crazy bone-breaking stunts are brought to a whole new portable level, capturing arcade racing and teeth-chattering stunts at its best. Push around a dirt track as you force the competition off the road. Or launch your car off insane jumps as you prove you have the most guts so you can gain the most glory. A real-world physics engine, three different game modes, and WiFi racing, stunts, and competitions make for a dynamic racing experience you can take on the road!
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