This collection of updated WipEout games is really proof of how these great games have withstood the test of time. Packed with content and with superb technology to back it up, Omega Collection is a must-have for fans of Sony’s futuristic racing franchise.
While each of the three games exude style and stimulation in their own distinct ways, they collectively showcase the best elements of franchise's engrossing racing and silky smooth visuals. And even though it doesn't completely scratch the itch that only a completely new PS4 sequel can offer, this collection is easily the next best thing.
Este foi um dos melhores jogos remasterizados que já joguei na minha vida. Os gráficos são excelentes, roda a 60fps até mesmo no PS4 base, a jogabilidade é prazerosa, é um jogo que eu recomendaria não somente para os fãs da série WipEout, mas para qualquer usuário de PS4.
Many quality of life changes have been made to this game to make it the pinnacle of what WipEout is capable of, and its fantastic.
The first thing you will notice when you boot up this game is that it looks incredible. From the ship designs themselves to the fully-realized environments, this game looks astonishing. Further, it also runs at a silky smooth 60 frames per second with no dips, even during the most chaotic moments. In a nutshell, this game’s presentation and performance is rock-solid from start-to-finish.
The better presentation works hand-in-hand to significantly improve the gameplay of all the games in this collection. The improved frame rate and graphics allow you to not only be more precise with your movements, but to always know what’s going on, even at the highest of speeds. This propels the gameplay to a new caliber of fun for all audiences. My only complaint would be a somewhat steep learning curve, due to the lack of a proper tutorial on various tricks, and rather opts for a myriad of loading screen tips, which do help. However, the game is fairly forgiving for newer players at first, allowing to slowly build their skill for the higher speed classes. That’s not to say that this game is for beginners, as there are some tough challenges to be conquered, such as earning gold medals in the HD and Fury campaigns on the hardest difficulty, earning the best ranks in the 2048 campaign, and some rock-hard time trials.
This game’s content is vastly greater than the price you’re charged to get it, and as such, is a game you should not miss if you enjoy racing games. With beautiful graphics, shockingly smooth performance, and incredibly fast and fun gameplay, WipEout: Omega Collection not only sets a new bar for WipEout, but for racing games in general, which is an astonishing achievement.
WipEout Omega Collection won’t hold your hand; if you’re not at the peak of perfection, you’ll find yourself trailing behind the pack. It’s as much a celebration of old-school difficulty as it is WipEout itself. Full of crisp, vibrant and detailed tracks, ridiculous speeds and an overall feeling of bad-assery, it’s hard to go wrong with the bundle.
Wipeout is back with all its extreme speed and catchy electronic tunes. The Omega Collection is a great reminder of what makes this franchise so good... But also leaves us desperately wanting a proper new game.
WipEout Omega Collection is an impressive remaster that shines at high speeds, though elements of this compilation are starting to show their age. Despite being boosted all the way up to 4K on the PS4 Pro, some of the tracks are returning for the fourth time, and while WipEout 2048’s contemporary layouts look luxurious on the big screen, it can be hard to shake the feeling of familiarity on occasion. That said, if anti-grav is your bag, then there’s nothing quite like the original – even with the number of inferior pretenders on the racing scene these days.
Easily the best VR racing game ever made. I know Wipeout since the earliest days of PS1. For me a long dream comes true to play it through VR. The immersive feel when sitting inside a futuristic gravity racer is perfectly done. The impact of speed is amazing and the arcade actions elements adds a lot of fun also. I get noticeably less motion sickness compared to other VR racing games. That shows me again, that motion sickness is more a question of optimization and technical experience.
not bad **** good graphics and fun tracks with obstacles. controlees are a bit weird should have used same drive mechanics as games like trackmania turbo as the brake should have been one button for easier drifting. also you shouldn't have to press a button to pick up a boost in my mind it should be automatically but still no bad **** for 2017 works great with my ps4 pro :)
Gran juego de carreras de naves, bonitos gráficos, sensación de velocidad, buena banda sonora. La parte negativa es su excesiva dificultad aun en fácil hay pruebas que cuesta pasar, circuitos repetitivos que al hacer un juego muy largo se hace bastante tedioso al final.
Yeah, no. I was a huge fan of Wipeout HD back on the PS3 because it could do really cool things with the CUSTOM music playlists I built and that game supported stereoscopic 3D right off the jump, those features are not available anymore.
The biggest complaint I have is that the music from my PS4 Media server doesn't get the same effects as the music in game. That the developers didn't try to have the game actually read from the server like they did have it do back on the PS3.
Stereoscopic 3D has been removed, I was able to restore it with the features of my 4K 3D TV. However, not everyone here can afford a $3,000+ TV.
What the developers did is... they basically took a handful of features out of the game, features that were available back on the PS3 version... to pave the way for 4K. That's NOT ok, and you guys deserve this review.
Media Server flaws aside, The sound/music doesn't reverberate even using the default music playlists they've given us and the whole experience feels much flatter because of it.
I've messed around with the music/sound settings switching between tv, night mode, and surround sound and it changes absolutely nothing.
The controls feel better on the PS4 controller. The gameplay is solid, and if your TV has the ability to *force* stereoscopic-- then the game is also 3D. The graphics are better too. The sound design absolutely kills the feel of the game though and I don't see myself playing this much when I still have the PS3 version.
The short of this review is:
If you have the PS3 version and you're an audiophile that doesn't really care for better graphics, then stick with the PS3 version. If you're a graphics first kind of guy that also doesn't care about 3D support, or having custom playlists that interact with the game then this is a great buy for you and you shouldn't listen to this review.
(You can use Spotify or the built in media server, but it won't interact with the game like it would back on the PS3)
I'm really hoping that the developers see this review, that they patch in some kind of fix that allows the game to read from the media server or Spotify, and then i'll update my review to a 8/10. I don't like being stuck with the developer's choice for game soundtrack when it wasn't how things were eight years ago. I personally don't care how many thumbs down this review gets. This is my honest review, as I just bought a game that doesn't have all the bells and whistles that the September 2008 release did. I mean, GJ on you guys for implementing 4K, that's going to net you all your positive reviews as PS4 Pro users scramble to find 4K content on their newest console investment. Make it worth their time and money, right? But for those of us who simply don't care, and have been using 4K since 2007... we probably want the same bells and whistles.
One could say that this is more a slam against Sony's abandonment of internal media server support in favor of forcing us all to use their cloud media streaming services... but if that's true, then SIE would have made the game compatible with Spotify or the media server in the first place. Instead, it's on the game developers for not developing support for the media server.
La grafica è indecente, i controlli sono responsivi ma la maggior parte delle volte non fanno quello che dovrebbero. Gli avversari continuano a tagliarvi la strada ogni volta che cercate di girare e quando sono primo mi spawna qualcuno dietro e mi fa perdere sempre. Se parti male devi per forza ricominciare la gara perchè non c'è possibilità di rimontare
SummaryA name synonymous with PlayStation, Wipeout is the rapid combat racer that defies gravity and defines generations. Known for its blistering speed, iconic music and pure multiplayer mayhem, Wipeout has starred on every PlayStation format since 1995 and is now set to rip through the air on PlayStation4 and PlayStation4 Pro. Featuring all ...