Need for Speed Carbon - Nintendo Wii
The battle starts on the streets of Palmont but is won in the canyons as Need for Speed: Carbon immerses you in the world's most dangerous and adrenaline-filled forms of street racing. After battling for control of Palmont streets, the action shifts More...
List Price: $19.99
ESRB: Everyone 10+
Platform: Nintendo Wii
Publisher: Electronic Arts
Size: 7.5500" x 5.3000"
Weight: 0.2000 lbs.
The battle starts on the streets of Palmont but is won in the canyons as Need for Speed: Carbon immerses you in the world's most dangerous and adrenaline-filled forms of street racing. After battling for control of Palmont streets, the action shifts to Carbon Canyon, where territories and reputations can be lost on every perilous curve. With captivating graphics and stunning visual effects, players will be completely immersed in a gut-check race around the canyons where more than just winning is at stake. The battle starts on the streets of Palmont city, but is won in the canyons as Need for Speed: Carbon take street racing to a whole new dangerous and white-knuckled level. Do you have the need for speed? Wii takes the cop chases and turf wars to a new level! The battle in Palmont city quickly spills over into neighboring Carbon Canyon. View larger. Buy and combine over 300 individual parts, with Autosculpt technology. View larger. Special "Blocker" teammates can cause distractions and take out enemies. View larger. Will the cops turn up the heat before you can claim all the territories as your own? View larger. What happens in the canyon, stays in the canyon What starts in the city is settled in the canyons as Need for Speed: Carbon weaves a story line that players won't soon forget in locales that are as detailed as they are deadly. You and your crew must race in an all-out war for the city, risking everything to take over your rivals' neighborhoods one block at a time. Boldly expanding on the key features that have made the Need for Speed franchise a hit for more than a decade, Need for Speed: Carbon turns up the excitement and intensity by introducing all-new canyon racing. As the police turn up the heat, the battle ultimately shifts to Carbon Canyon, where territories and reputations can be lost on every perilous curve. With multiplayer racing and the most detailed Wii graphics and car customization tools ever, Need for Speed: Carbon is the ultimate next generation racing game. Need for Speed: Carbon on the Nintendo Wii introduces the world to a whole new way to play Need for Speed. Offering the classic Need for Speed controls and immersive gameplay experience, with the addition of the Wii's unique controller scheme takes NFS Carbon gameplay to levels previously not possible. A simple yet intuitive control scheme using the Wii controllers, the player will instantly recognize and feel the physics differences between the extensive list of Muscle, Exotic, and Tuner cars, as they use their crew to win Canyon races, customize their cars using Autosculpt technology, and battle to take control of the streets of Palmont. A streamlined focus on game physics has resulted in a truly authentic racing experience, as each of the game's three distinct car classes have been designed to maximize differentiation and enhance performance. Over 50 rides to drive and customize Carbon offers more than 50 custom rides in three distinct classes: Tuner, Exotic, and Muscle -- each with unique attributes. Muscle are best on straightaways, of which there are precious few in Palmont. Need for Speed: Carbon gives you the power to design and tweak your car in every way - including over 300 different parts - using the ground-breaking new Autosculpt technology. As with other racing games you hold either end of the Wii Controller and tilt it to steer your car. If you'd rather not take the motion-control plunge EA thoughtfully provides five different steering configurations, including using the Nunchuk's analog stick. Our advice is to forget about old school -- the Wii Remote is the way to go. How did we ever enjoy racing games before it was invented? Birds of a fuel-injected feather New to Need for Speed in this generation are the three kinds of wingmen (and yes, that's what the game calls them). Scouts search for shortcuts. Blockers create distractions and slow rivals. Drafters give you a second of speed boost for every second you can stay behind them. All three also give you moral support via wireless communications. Scouts are most useful the first few times you run a course. Drafters are of limited use on Palmont's twisting thoroughfares. Practically indespensible are Blockers, who are always willing to lay their precious paint jobs on the line so you can cross the finish line first. Now that's true friendship. In total, Need for Speed: Carbon takes racing on the Wii to the next generation, and never looks back. With extensive customization, multiplayer options, revolutionary control, and an intriguing story, owners of the Wii may not be able to put this title down for a long, long time.