The original Riptide has been out for a couple of years, and now Vector Unit has released its sequel, dubbed Riptide GP: Renegade, onto all supported Android devices. The wave racing gameplay has been carried over, in that players are racing hydrojets, and are awarded bonuses for successfully performing stunts while in mid-air.
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Featuring very detailed high-definition visuals and effects, Riptide GP: Renegade puts players in the role of a hydro jet racer who has been framed and banned from the professional Riptide GP league. In order to restore your reputation as the best racer on the planet you must compete in illegal races around the city. Since the races you find yourself in are not sanctioned, you will not only have to race against other participants but also evade the police who have their own hydro jet bikes. The combination of being both a racer and a fugitive is one of the things that makes Riptide GP: Renegade a refreshingly different take on traditional arcade-style racing.
Vector Unit has finally announced a release date for the upcoming addition to the Riptide GP franchise. Officially titled Riptide GP: Renegades, this particular title will actually have a slightly staggered release, with the Nvidia Shield Android TV version coming out first, and then the general Android version following shortly afterwards.
Vector Unit reveals that their great looking Riptide GP: Renegades title is finally arriving this Spring
Vector Unit, which started off as a two-man team making epic racing games, has revealed that the newest addition to their Riptide GP franchise today, called Riptide GP: Renegades, is almost ready for launch. Following in the footsteps of its predecessors, this new Riptide GP game is all about racing on ultra-realistic water with incredibly fast jetskis.
Beach Buggy Racing gets updated for Halloween. Dress up for a chance to win Nvidia Shield products.
You may have seen us retweet about this contest from Vector Unit regarding their Beach Buggy Racing game and the company teaming up with Nvidia. Well hear are the details about this contest along with the Halloween update details for Beach Buggy Racing which you will need to know in order to have a chance at winning some Nvidia Shield products.
Vector Unit’s newest addition to their catalog of awesome games happens to be the very recently released sequel to Riptide GP. While the game was just released onto Android and iOS, no official version has made its way over to Ouya. Of course that doesn’t mean you can’t side-load the game onto your Android-powered console after buying it off of Google Play and that is exactly what one Ouya owner did.
The other day we reported on Vector Unit and the fact that they were holding a live IAmA over on Reddit where they were answering questions. That is where they also officially announced the release date for the sequel to their very awesome water racing game Riptide. Well today is that day and Riptide GP 2 has arrived right on time which should make a lot of you happy.
Currently Vector Unit is on Reddit holding an IAmA live answering questions that anyone may have for them. While this is only going to last about another hour or so, we have collected some of the important information you have been wondering about their next game Riptide GP 2. Most importantly, when the game will actually get released which will be July 23rd.
Vector Unit’s highly anticipated sequel to their original and extremely good water racing game Riptide GP is getting closer to release. The company has already shown off some of the gameplay in a previous video, showcasing some of the new Jet Skis that will be in the game. Today they have released a new video, and actually plan to release more throughout the day, showing off some of the new tracks and stunts in the game.
Vector Unit’s upcoming sequel to their awesome water racing game Riptide GP will be making its way to our devices soon when the game finally gets officially released. We’ve covered some early details, screenshots and video of Riptide GP 2 already, even being played on an Nvidia Shield. Well now the folks over at Vector Unit want to show off all the new Hydro Jets you will soon be able to use while racing on water.