Excitebike: World Rally

Published by Nintendo, Developed by Nintendo

Genres: Racing

US release date: Nov 9th, 2009 | EU release date: Feb 5th, 2010

Price: 0 points

Excitebike: World Rally

Prepare to face daredevil jumps, crazy obstacles and other racers in the newest installment in the venerable Excitebike franchise, available exclusively on the WiiWare service.

Choose from multiple camera angles as you tilt your way to smooth landings using motion-sensitive controls. Compete in races around the world in four championship circuits. Use Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection to invite friends to a race. Or if you're feeling brave, take on anyone else looking for a match. Feel like tackling a challenge of your own design? Use the intuitive Track Editor to choose from the available obstacles and put together your dream course, then share courses with friends to see whose creation skills reign supreme.

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SuperManlyDude said:

This game is pretty good. The only thing I don't like is the lack of local multiplayer and the lack of a free mode without competitors. Other than that, it's great. Motion controls are an improvement over the classic style.

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Slapshot said:

@SuperManlyDude I agree completely. Local multiplayer would be sweet. As it is I now have to convince a friend to buy it so I can wheelie smash his @ss.

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