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MySims Racing Latest News - Wii

  • Publisher: Electronic Arts
  • Genre:Racing
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  • Release Date:Jun 10, 2009
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:E - Everyone (Comic Mischief)
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Game Description:Speedville has a new resident: You! Help the town return to its speedometer-bustin' glory days by being the best driver on the track in this MySims kart racer. Whether you're racing against your friends in four-player showdowns or your favorite MySims, your reflexes and driving skills will be put to the test! Hit the body shop and outfit your racer with custom accessories, custom parts under the hood, and the perfect paint job. While the competition is fierce, it's also friendly. Get to know other MySims and they'll hook you up with blueprints, parts, and other bonuses to help improve your ride.
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  • Electronic Arts Signs Merchandising Deal With Creative Minx Marketing (Who?)

    Electronic Arts has signed an "outbound marketing" deal with Creative Minx Marketing. The deal covers numerous EA properties, including The Sims, MySims, Dead Space, Mass Effect, Dragon Age, Dante's Inferno, and Army of Two. The relationship should result in oodles of merchandise for these franchises. In today's press release, Patrick...

    Posted May 13, 2009| 7 Comments

    Electronic Arts Signs Merchandising Deal With Creative Minx Marketing (Who?)

 


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