Published by Ubisoft, Developed by Left Field

Genres: Racing (4 players)

US release date: Jan 15th, 2008 | EU release date: Feb 8th, 2008


Developed by Left Field Productions, the creators of the classic Excitebike 64 for the Nintendo 64, Nitrobike will be published and distributed by Ubisoft this November 2007. Players will navigate rocket-propelled motorcycles in this arcade-style game. Players can choose to race against the clock or against worthy opponents in Nitrobike's exciting multiplayer game mode and unique online mode.

"Ubisoft is thrilled to be introducing the first Motocross game available for Wii," said Jay Cohen, vice president of publishing at Ubisoft. "Nitrobike's fun and fast-paced gameplay is sure to be a hit for Wii owners."

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the console kid said:

Sweet, looks cool. The video for this is great.


wiiboy101 said:

Excite truck vs motorstorm graphically but I can't help but think ubisoft are real cheesy with Wii. Where's the wii enhanced fps games and war shooters? Ubisoft pretending to support Wii and really supporting it are two very different things.


Scooby Jew said:

Excite Truck "degraded" back to Excite Bike on the Wii and given a different name? Looks like it to me.


Gonzo said:

Oh sweet, I like this game. This might be fun.


Wii Freak said:

I might get this game.


SlobeX said:

This game is very nice.


wii thang said:

I own this game and the graphics are decent and the game plays pretty good, it's just that the character and bike you use in the championship you can't use in splitscreen mode.

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