In something of a departure for the renowned UK publisher of eastern role-playing games (RPGs), Ghostlight have announced that they will be bringing the action driving videogame Runabout 3D: Drive Impossible to the Nintendo 3DS in the PAL region. Developed by Rocket Company in Japan, Runabout 3D: Drive Impossible will be renamed to Crash City Mayhem for its western release.
In Crash City Mayhem, players will experience high-octane driving thrills in stereoscopic 3D as Crash City Mayhem comes speeding on to the Nintendo 3DS. The more you destroy, the greater your rewards as you smash through city streets in a series of dangerous missions against an evil syndicate of terrorists. Players can drive a huge variety of crazy vehicles including mopeds, supercars and tanks across rooftops, sewers, inside buildings, rail tracks and more. As players attempt to dodge the cops in a wealth of missions including high-speed pursuits, rescuing hostages and planting bombs, they will unlock a stash of secret items and vehicle upgrades.
Crash City Mayhem is currently expected to launch later this year on Nintendo 3DS, and Electronic Theatre will keep you updated with all the latest from Ghostlight.