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FlatOut (Wii)

Platform(s): Wii
Genre: Racing
Publisher: Zoo Games
Developer: Team6 Game Studios

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'FlatOut' (Wii) - New Screens

by Rainier on Jan. 6, 2011 @ 1:17 a.m. PST

The main goal of the whole FlatOut franchise is taking out your opponents in the most violent way possible, trashing each others cars till they explode: which makes FlatOut one of the most violent racing series on the market.

The most obvious gamemode for rewarding, agressive racing behaviour is the old Destruction Derby mode but at Team6, we felt that this agressive 'violence factor' was missing in the old destruction derby gamemode from the previous FlatOut: and therefore we thought of new ideas to make this gamemode more fun and violent!

In the new FlatOut, the 'Battle Arena' is situated in an immense, interactive battle arena with a dark, post apocalyptic vibe. Inspired by the gladiators in ancient Rome, this is the perfect location to destroy your opponents with fun and ease. In previous FlatOut series some people may have found it frustrating to find an opponent and try to collide with him before he was out of sight: but the new Destruction Derby is one big deathtrap with loads of features to make it easier and more fun to blow your opponents car into tiny pieces!

There's only one way to repair your car in Battle Arena: you have to pick up a newly introduced 'Repair Bonus'. The catch is, these repair bonusses are often in a narrow, dangerous alley or nearby a deathtrap, making you an easy and especially fun target for all other contenders.


Key features

  • Stunning environments and realistic graphics: FlatOut Wii features some of the best graphics seen in a racegame for the Nintendo Wii.
  • Authentic physics technology and design.
  • Four spectacular gamemodes available in both single- and multiplayer.
  • 16 Cars to be wrecked.
  • Loads of violence and even more fun!

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