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MadWorld Previews - Wii

  • Publisher: SEGA
  • Genre:Action, Adventure
  • Developer: PlatinumGames
  • Release Date:Mar 11, 2009
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:M - Mature (Blood and Gore,Drug Reference,Intense Violence,Mature Humor,Sexual Themes,Strong Language)
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Game Description:Varrigan City has been taken over by a terrorist group known as the Organizers, and they've enslaved the population to play a twisted game they call Death Watch. There is only one rule in Death Watch: Kill or be killed. Step into the shoes of Jack, an unknown participant in these games, who may become an unlikely hero for the city. Make full use of the Wii's motion controls to deliver over the top finishing moves using anything and everything in the graphic-novel-style playing field. Of course, what game show would be complete without hilarious color commentary, a running scoreboard, and kill highlights? Let the games begin!
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MadWorld Previews

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    Hands On Preview: MadWorld Part 2

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    In this Hands On Preview, SEGA's Patrick Riley stops by to talk about the new Wii exclusive 'MadWorld' including the game's black and white graphics, point system, mini-games and more.

    Posted: Mar 2, 2009 | 5,197 Views | 04:22 | 4 Comments


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    Hands On Preview: MadWorld Part 1

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    In this Hands On Preview, SEGA's Patrick Riley stops by to talk about the new Wii exclusive MadWorld, including the game's storyline, violence, Wiimote moves and more.

    Posted: Mar 2, 2009 | 3,614 Views | 04:56 | 7 Comments


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    All Access Preview: MadWorld

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    In this All Access Preview, Blair Herter snags an interview with producer Atsushi Inaba to talk about the new Wii game 'MadWorld' including the choice of platform, the game's violence and controls.

    Posted: Feb 24, 2009 | 12,539 Views | 02:10 | 10 Comments


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    'MadWorld' Impressions From NY Comic Con 2009: Bloody Wiimote Madness!

    'MadWorld' Impressions From NYCC

    Posted: Feb 8, 2009


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    Sega Floor Report

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    Adam is out on the floor at the Leipzig Games Convention to see the best that Sega has to offer.

    Posted: Aug 28, 2008 | 1,763 Views | 02:47 | 1 Comment


  • Holiday Buyers Guide 2009: Top Wii Games

    Posted: November 24, 2009

    8,407 Views | 02:18

  • G-Phoria '09: Most Original Game

    Posted: August 5, 2009

    5,616 Views | 02:04

  • Discussion: Host Favorites of '09

    Posted: July 23, 2009

    3,328 Views | 02:25

  • Sessler on MadWorld

    Posted: April 6, 2009

    3,265 Views | 04:27 | 1 Comment

  • MadWorld Blooper Reel #2

    Posted: March 23, 2009

    537 Views | 01:40 | 1 Comment

 


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