Gyrostarr

Published by High Voltage, Developed by High Voltage

Genres: Shooting

US release date: Jun 23rd, 2008 | EU release date: -

Price: 700 points

Gyrostarr

Gyrostarr challenges you and up to three additional players to pilot your ships through a series of twisting, turning technoplasma tracks while battling a variety of deadly alien foes at ever-increasing speeds.

While fighting and maneuvering, you must collect enough energy to activate the ancient warpgate at the end of each track. Succeed, and you can journey to the next, even deadlier track. Fail, and the gate will slam shut, destroying your ship. Enhance your ship with weapon pickups, coordinate attacks with your friends to fire powerful combined blasts and use your grapple to snag energy and pickups in the midst of combat.

Control your ship with the Wii Remote controller, Nunchuk controller or Classic Controller, or use the "paired" control system that allows two players to use a connected Wii Remote and Nunchuk or Classic Controller at the same time. Offering 50 levels of intense action, powerful pickups, high-speed bonus levels and mayhem for up to four players, Gyrostarr is a killer arcade challenge.

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Juan said:

I am definitely getting this game.

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Randolph the Grey said:

You know, if all of these games made by High Voltage are as good as they look. Then High Voltage is making a good name for themselves.

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nitte said:

The Wii needs this kind of game so bad. Hopefully it will be good - it looks promising.

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iliketurtles said:

Tempest ripoff. Looks good though nothing can compete with the original Tempest.

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Nintendo4ever said:

High Voltage's on a roll.

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