I-Friqiya’s Fuel Overdose gets spring release for PS3 and PC

By Patrick Garratt, Friday, 24 February 2012 11:37 GMT

I-Friqiya said today that Fuel Overdose, its top-down “tactical-action-racing” game, will release this spring after 18 months development.

It’s combat racing involving weapons such as a grapple that can be used both offensively and defensively, bombs, “and a whole fighting system that offers unique skills moves and attacks to each character of the game.”

Fuel Overdose’s vehicles feature “a super/ultra attack gauge inherited from the versus fighting genre,” and are customizable.

It boils down to driving along a road shooting everything, as you can see in the new screens below.

Japanese developer I-Friqiya was formed in 2010. Check out Fuel Overdose’s site here.

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  • Fuel Overdose demo arrives on PlayStation Network

    Challenging top-down racer Fuel Overdose has pupped a demo, which arrives in this week’s North American PlayStation Store update and hits Europe the following week. The taster has one track, Prague; three characters, Odessa, Noa and Rosa; and three vehicles, Cadiz, Kashiwa and El Paso.

  • Fuel Overdose trailer moves on to advanced gameplay tips

    As promised, I-Friqiya has released a second Fuel Overdose video offering more advanced tips for those struggling with the new PlayStation Network racer.