We’ve been covering the latest edition of Cruis’n for a little while now and earlier this week, I received confirmation from Betson (a major arcade game distributor) that they have received Cruis’n Blast units to deliver to buyers.
That’s the long way of saying that the game has been released! As such, if you have a location near you that likes to get their hands on brand new games, then perhaps they will have it. In fact it is sounding likely – my contact stated that they have taken orders for almost 1300 units already. The actual number of ordered units will be higher when you combine other distributors with the game. So it is off to a great start.
I was actually going to be one of those locations and was going to grab more footage of it but I need to sell off my Fast And Furious Super Cars games first. Hopefully later this month I’ll be able to grab it.
Cruis’n Blast Media
Raw Thrills sent me some new media of the game for you all to enjoy. Due to some additional travelling on my part, I wasn’t able to get to this until today but better late than never. 🙂
While the shots were sent in 1920×1080 resolution, I did scale a few down to save on space. Click on any pic below to get a larger view.
This direct screenshot of the game is from the Rio course:
Here is an in-engine shot of the cars parked close together on a Rio street:
Another of the main vehicle selection:
Racing in Death Valley
Fireworks in jolly ol’ London:
Headed towards a shipwreck on Madagascar:
Well that paint job is colorful:
Super Bikes 2 had the TRON-like bike… Cruis’n Blast has the TRON-like car 😉
It was a dark and stormy night in Singapore…
In case you didn’t catch it yet, footage I captured of the game a few weeks ago at IAAPA 2016:
And last but not lease the official trailer (best to watch this in 1080p60 to get a feel for what it is like in person):
That’s all for now – if you find this game out there, comment below and tell us what you think about it!