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FlatOut Ultimate Carnage

PC version in the shops today.

London, UK – 1 August 2008, Empire Interactive’s critically acclaimed FlatOut Ultimate Carnage for PC has arrived in stores today. Summer holidays have never been so dangerous…

FlatOut Ultimate Carnage blurs the line between arcade and simulation, a deathproof experience in which more than 8,000 persistent objects per track will throw your car off-course and your driver through the windscreen. With an average of 20,000 polygons per car, expect bodywork to get mashed up quickly, all in glorious HD. There are eight full offline game modes including Career Race, Time Trial, Carnage Race, Beat The Bomb, Last Man Standing, Deathmatch Derby, Multiplayer Party Mode, and the favourite Ragdoll Mini Games.

What the Papers Say:

Total PC Gaming - Score: 9/10 – “ the most fun you can have in a car without stealing a Ferrari"

The Guardian – Score 4/5 – “one of the better PC racers”

PC Zone - SCORE: 81% - "FlatOut's major selling point is its OTT physics in the environments, that add to the excitement during races as you career into exploding petrol stations"

talkSPORT – Score 4/5 “mad racing game!”

VG-Reloaded (Online) SCORE: 8.3/10 - “FlatOut Ultimate Carnage is absolutely nuts”

Den Of Geek (Online) SCORE: 4/5 - "The console racing hit makes it to the PC. And heck, it's good fun..."

Pocket Lint (Online) SCORE: 8/10 - “a great thrill ride and satisfies that desire to break stuff."

Gamers can download Ultimate Carnage’s windscreen-smashing destruction racing from:

Genre: Arcade Destruction Racing

Format: Games For Windows - LIVE DVD ROM

Release Date: 1st August 2008

Published by: Empire Interactive

SRP: £24.99


For further information or media samples please contact:

David Bancroft

Empire Interactive

T: +44 (0)20 8343 7337


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