Spy Hunter first captured our hearts with its excellent driving fast/blowing stuff up formula in the mid 1980s before seeing a resurrection in the early 2000s that, well, no one we know ever played. Middle-child issues to the side, we've been pleased to hear the franchise is getting a reboot and are even more excited after seeing this latest preview video.

The Interceptor, your baddie-swatting supercar extraordinaire, is back with all of the Gatling guns, missiles and transforming features that you could hope for in an arcade driver. We can't wait to give the new title a thorough play-test when it comes out this fall for Playstation Vita and Nintendo 3DS.

Browse through our gallery of sweet Interceptor images, or just click through below to check out the preview video.


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      ShutoSteve
      • 2 Years Ago
      This is dam stupid. The video looks really poorly made, and all the "standard features" are put into the car, with regards to driver safety. Yet it's clear that there's no room for the driver. And before anyone replies stating I have no child left in me - I still play Crash team racing. I just can't understand something as poorly done, and made, as this. Especially in the modern graphical console wars we're having.
      SublimeKnight
      • 2 Years Ago
      I guess the oil slicks and smoke screens no longer meet EPA standards.
      Wolf
      • 2 Years Ago
      I'll take mine in black.
      RampantFury
      • 2 Years Ago
      How in the hell does all that stuff fit in the doors?
      Rob J
      • 2 Years Ago
      As much as I love driving sims like Forza Gran Turismo - there are times when you just want to blow sh!t up at 200mph. Burnout Revenge was one of my all time favorites on the PS2.
      ShutoSteve
      • 2 Years Ago
      This is dam stupid. The video looks really poorly made, and all the "standard features" are put into the car, with regards to driver safety. Yet it's clear that there's no room for the driver. And before anyone replies stating I have no child left in me - I still play Crash team racing. I just can't understand something as poorly done, and made, as this. Especially in the modern graphical console wars we're having.
      WindsWilling
      • 2 Years Ago
      Ugh. They should have made a low-cost, updated visuals vertical shooter and released it on Steam, PSN, and XBLA. Then again, not sure if they're capable of making a good looking game, though it was probably the low-balled 3DS version, as the Vita is significantly more powerful than it and should, should, look better.
      axiomatik
      • 2 Years Ago
      I've got a copy of the PS2 Spyhunter. It's been a long time since I played it, so I don't remember a lot. But it was fun. I bought it used for like $9. Don't know how much value it would have been at full retail, though.
      David
      • 2 Years Ago
      great imagination)
      Hunter Breeden
      • 2 Years Ago
      If you knew me you would know someone who played the newer (PS2) versions of Spy Hunter. Get on your grind Autoblog!
      ShutoSteve
      • 2 Years Ago
      This is dam stupid. The video looks really poorly made, and all the "standard features" are put into the car, with regards to driver safety. Yet it's clear that there's no room for the driver. And before anyone replies stating I have no child left in me - I still play Crash team racing. I just can't understand something as poorly done, and made, as this. Especially in the modern graphical console wars we're having.
      Hunter Breeden
      • 2 Years Ago
      If you knew me you would know someone who played the newer (PS2) versions of Spy Hunter. Get on your grind Autoblog!
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