Konami brings GTI Club Supermini Festa! to the Sony PSP and PSN today, a sequel to the PS3/PSN game GTI Club+. Konami sent along these screenshots and video trailer for the game, followed by their full release.
Konami Digital Entertainment, Inc. today announced that GTI Club Supermini Festa!, the all-new high-speed racing title, is now available via download on PSPÃ‚Â® (PlayStationÃ‚Â®Portable) System and PSPÃ‚Â®go. A descendent of the popular arcade game, GTI Club Supermini Festa! is a fast-paced racing game that hurdles players across global terrains in mini-customizable cars. Gamers must speed through tight bends, the back roads of urban sprawls, up steep mountain roads, down cavernous caves, and tackle a wide variety of driving conditions as they race to the finish line for the checkered flag.
GTI Club Supermini Festa! has over 15 courses in five different stages from across the globe including Japan, France, the United Kingdom, Italy and the United States. Each stage takes racers through open cities and rough terrain and challenges them to tackle oncoming traffic and uncover new routes and secret courses. Gamers can drive over massive jumps, around hair-pin turns and through secret shortcuts in 16 customizable Supermini cars based on the original arcade game, and a few all-new additions. In the garage, gamers can also design their own Supermini from the ground up, or tune their engine’s performance to perfection. Players can race to the finish against friends in multiplayer modes via ad-hoc party for the PSP with up to four players.
GTI Club Supermini Festa! is rated E for everyone by the ESRB and is now available for PSP and PSPgo download for $29.99. GTI Club Supermini Festa! will also be available on Wii™ this Spring. To download additional assets and information for GTI Club Supermini Festa!, please visit www.konami.com/downloads.
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