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Excite Truck Factsheet (E32006)

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Nathan Davison | May 11, 2006 at 11:00 pm CDT - 0 mins, 54 secs time to read
Developer and/or Publisher: NA


Format: Wii™

Launch Date: TBA

ESRB: RP (Rating Pending)

Game Type: Racing

Accessories: Wii Remote

Players: TBA

Developer: Monster Games


Inthe grand racing tradition of Excitebike, get ready for a big-airexperience like no other as players rocket their trucks acrossdynamically changing terrain.

Remember tilting your armswhile playing Excitebike to try to make your character land a hugejump? Well, that experience is finally a reality with Excite Truck, awild, off-road race only possible on Nintendo's Wii console.Playershold the Wii Remote like an NES controller to control the truck. The 2button is the accelerator, the 1 button is the brake, the + Control Padis the turbo ...but that's just the beginning. Tilt the Wii Remote rightand left like a steering wheel to steer. Once the truck goes airborne,tilt the Wii Remote every which way to line up perfect landings forturbo boosts.Pick up items on the courses to make the terraindeform in real time, turning innocent bumps into massive launch padsthat affect not only the player's route, but that of his or her rivals.Players jump and bump their way to the highest score and highest finish.

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