At the IDEF exhibition in France, LucasArts' European publishing partner Activision revealed that Frontier Dev. is working on a sequel to last year's amusement park sim, Thrillville. Making its next-gen debut, Thrillville: Off the Rails features hundreds of attractions, 15 new settings, and of course allows you to try out the rides. The Wii edition will feature exclusive minigames taking advantage of the Wiimote.
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by Rainier on June 29, 2007 @ 2:07 a.m. PDT
Off the Rails lives up to its name with 20 death-defying rides so outrageous, they inspire the same word from every park visitor who sees them: WHOA! Players build these incredible WHOA Coasters to leap from one track to another, launch through the air like cannonballs, blast through burning rings of fire and more. A new lighthearted story ties together more than 100 missions, complete with 34 playable multiplayer theme-park games and improved social interaction with park guests.