January 17, 2007 - Spokespeople at Sony Computer Entertainment were on a roll today when it came to telling us about the fate of its downloadable games. First the company confirmed flOw for a late February release and then revealed a name change for its unreleased puzzler, Go! Swizzleblock2. But that wasn't all, because as the old saying goes, "Everything happens in threes." To complete its EDI information trifecta, Sony reps also revealed that David Jaffe's upcoming vehicle-based actioner, Calling All Cars, would hit the PlayStation Store sometime in March.
"It's really coming along just as expected," remarked the Sony representative. "If it continues like this, then it should be ready to go before the end of March."
Calling All Cars, formerly known as Criminal Crackdown, is a drastically different project than the God of War mastermind's last project and is said to be a hybrid of games such as Demolition Derby, Twisted Metal, and Bomberman. From what's been seen so far, it's targeted at a more casual audience and has a distinct "pick up play" vibe about it. Either way, we want to play and should have more on it rather soon.
Thanks to IGN.com for sharing the news with us!