FlatOut: Head On boasts the ultimate in motoring mayhem seen on PSP, with no less than nine different game modes, including 36 Carnage Challenges, full Career Championship, Destruction Derbies, Multiplayer party mode and the more-visceral-than-ever Ragdoll Stunt mode. From boulder-smashing dust-ups in the desert, to down and dirty races through garbage-strewn city streets, FlatOut's debut on PSP delivers the best in racing carnage.
As with Head On's bigger console brothers, obstacles like fallen rocks, shopping trolleys and discarded and buckled car parts remain on the track for the entire length of the race, creating additional on-track problems to avoid. Of course, the more havoc and destruction you wreak, the bigger your points haul. But the downside is, you'll face more driving hazards. With multiplayer Wi-Fi for up to four players, and nine gaming modes, the only reason to stop playing is if you do so much damage that you run out of wheels.
The Ragdoll mode has always been a big draw with the FlatOut series and Head On is no different. Once again, your driver gets tossed around in deathly stunts. No matter where you are, FlatOut Head On enables you to launch your driver through the windscreen and head for the ring of fire, the dartboard and the bowling alley, just for the sheer hell of it. Smashing stuff!