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MadWorld - Wii

Platform : Nintendo Wii
Rated: Mature

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  • Platform:   Nintendo Wii
  • ESRB Rating: Mature Mature
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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Product Details

  • ASIN: B0019SY1D4
  • Product Dimensions: 19.1 x 13.8 x 1.4 cm
  • Release Date: March 10 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #387 in Computer and Video Games (See Top 100 in Computer and Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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MadWorld [Nintendo Wii] For the unknown

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Sega's Madworld is an inventive third-person action game exclusively for Wii. Produced by Atsushi Inaba, MADWORLD has a unique black and white style depicting an incredibly sharp backdrop that straddles graphic novels and 3D worlds. As players battle opponents, they must master the use of various weapons and items found within their environment, such as chainsaws and street signs, while entertaining sports commentary adds to the third-person gameplay. With its irreverent humor and over-the-top violence, MADWORLD will deliver a unique core gaming experience currently missing on the Wii system.
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The Story
Varrigan City has fallen under the control of a terrorist group known as the Organizers, and they have a rather twisted sense of fun. Under the Organizers' rule, all citizens are forced to participate in a game called "Death Watch," in which there's only one rule: Kill or be killed. Into the game steps Jack, a mysterious participant practiced at setting traps, engaging in hand-to-hand combat and other useful skills. But will Jack be able to survive Death Watch and ultimately beat the terrorists at their own brutal game?

Key Game Features:

  • Play as Jack, a mysterious participant in the Organizers' Death Watch game whose ultimate goal is to save the terrorized city
  • Explore six different areas of Varrigan City and interact with the environment, using anything in the environment, from sign posts to passing trains, to attack your enemies
  • Utilize your Wii Remote and Nunchuk to battle hand-to-hand with daggers, bats, chainsaws and other weapons while delivering brutal finishing moves
  • Watch this insane and innovative world come to life before you in a unique black-and-white graphic novel artwork style
  • Earn points in the Death Watch game for your bloodiest, most creative kills — the more points you earn, the better your chances of staying alive to save the city
  • Improve your skills and punish your opponents in a series of ultraviolent multiplayer mini games available in each level
  • Listen to humorous commentary from sports announcers who offer play-by-play on the spectacular mayhem
Exclusive to the Nintendo Wii
Play as the mysterious Jack, relying on your wits and your brawn to set ingenious traps, pummel opponents and fight hand-to-hand using your Wii Remote and Nunchuk controller to turn anything in the environment into a weapon, from daggers and chainsaws to sign posts and garbage cans. Hone your skills in exciting, ultraviolent multiplayer mini games, then launch yourself into the Death Watch game and attempt to rack up wildly creative and bloody kills that will earn you points and increase your chance of survival. And while you kill and maim, enthusiastic announcers offer entertaining sports-style commentary of the game highlights, heightening the surreal feeling of this undeniably MadWorld.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jack Jusjak on April 14 2009
This title (literally) bleeds production values. It sets itself apart from any game on any console, simply because of its style. This is my most recommended title for any mature Wii user; only second to Metroid Prime 3. Visually, it is simplistic in textures and colors, yet extremely detailed in level/character design. Particle effects, are quite impressive.
It does bare some issues;I hold a gripe with the camera angle at times. But it hardly intrudes with the overall fun.
I am not even gonna touch with how brilliant the Sound, voice acting, and music works together.

Platinum Games, are some of the most talented game designers in the business. We are talking about some of the head designers/CREATORS of the Resident Evil series, Okami, Devil May Cry series, God Hand, Viewtiful Joe, etc.. These veterans know what they create.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Elvick TOP 500 REVIEWER on April 13 2009
This game is definitely not for everyone. That being said, the game is remarkable. Made by the very talented people who were behind some of the best games last generation. Okami, Viewtiful Joe, God Hand... the people that once populated Clover Studios [closed by Capcom] now belong to Platinum Games.

A truly unique game. With huge amounts of style and unique ways to kill. The controls are great, and intuitive. The story is surprisingly great. The camera is a bit troublesome but... it's not that big of a problem. Fantastic urban soundtrack.

This game is a 'short' yet challenging experience. Especially if you replay it through the more difficult settings. There is some multiplayer action to be had with some unique minigames which unlock throughout your first playthrough.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By S. Walker on Dec 16 2009
Madworld has a unique look to it and is tremendous fun to play. Don't be fooled though, this game features over-the-top comicbook violence far more severe than most movies. This is NOT a kids game. For a mature adult it will hold their attention as the story unfolds and won't be about the blood. Which there is a lot of.

Enjoy, but not in front of the little ones.
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By Tommy Skylar TOP 500 REVIEWER on Jan. 9 2011
It's well-known that the Nintendo Wii does not have much mature rated games, preferring to target families and social gaming instead. For the hardcore gamer who wants a game with all the violence and blood he can handle for the Wii, this might be his best bet. In 2009 Sega released Madworld for the Wii, a terrific rated M game that offers highly creative visual, black and white anime look that is very different from other Wii games. Every time you hit a character sounds effect like "blam", when you ride a motorcycle it will have "screech" and such so there is definitely a certain cartoon aspect to the game. I really like the visual aspect of the game; I feel it's one of the best parts of the game. The least I can say is that the graphics are pretty and unique; Chinatown was one of the best levels for me because it was nice to look at. It's a very distinct game which is why I like it so much.

You are Jack a tough guy who is a competitor on the show Deathwatch, your goal is simple: kill your enemies and try to survive. Nothing spectacular for a storyline but it's different and it works so no complaints. You have your fists and a chainsaw (a la Gears of Wars) to defend yourself. I like how you can also take just about any objects around you and use it as a weapon in some way; it's always fun to beat enemies with different methods. The motorcycle biking level has got to be one of my favorites The mini games provide great pleasure; you make fun of the enemies, Darts is one of my personal favorites! Boss fights are always entertaining even if they're not all that difficult. Actually the game is not that difficult until you switch difficulty, also it's not a very long game I beat it within a day after a couple hours of play.
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By David on April 25 2013
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This game is a challenge to complete, but it's so much fun! One of the few brutal games on the wii. It's not too long and it doesn't have checkpoints, so if you die during a fight you'll need to start over again, but the amount of executions and interesting boss battles as well as mini games make up for the flaws the game has. The controls are a little bit awkward and camera angles are kinda bad, but its still a great addition to your wii game library!
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