Overview

Number of Players
2
Genre
Simulation
Release Date

WiiWare

  • 14th Jul 2008, 1,000 points (USA)
  • 24th Mar 2009 (JPN)
Controller Support
Nunchuk + Wii Remote
Feature Support
Wi-Fi Connection
Official Site
mastiff-games.com

Screenshots (20)

Major League Eating: The Game Screenshot
Major League Eating: The Game Screenshot
Major League Eating: The Game Screenshot
Major League Eating: The Game Screenshot
Major League Eating: The Game Screenshot
Major League Eating: The Game Screenshot
Major League Eating: The Game Screenshot
Major League Eating: The Game Screenshot
Major League Eating: The Game Screenshot
Major League Eating: The Game Screenshot
Major League Eating: The Game Screenshot
Major League Eating: The Game Screenshot
Major League Eating: The Game Screenshot
Major League Eating: The Game Screenshot
Major League Eating: The Game Screenshot
Major League Eating: The Game Screenshot
Major League Eating: The Game Screenshot
Major League Eating: The Game Screenshot
Major League Eating: The Game Screenshot
Major League Eating: The Game Screenshot

Reviews

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    WiiWare

    Review Major League Eating: The Game

    What goes down must come back up in this gut-wrenching ‘sport’.

    People have been competitively stuffing their gullets with exorbitant amounts of various foods for over a hundred years, but not until the release of Major League Eating: The Game on WiiWare has this activity been immortalised in a videogame. Now, before you ask yourself whether or not you’d want to try a game about something as..

About The Game

The ultimate chomp-off is about to begin. Grab your Wii Remote controller and dig into 12 different foods as you compete against the greatest major-league eaters in the world. This isn’t just a race to stuff your face - you’ll need strategy to master a smorgasbord of digestive attacks, defenses and counters. These include the Mega Burp, Gas Attack, Antacid and more. And don’t forget to keep an eye on your Barf-O-Meter, because if the food hits the plate twice, you’re out.

Unlock more than 10 characters in single-player career mode, go gut-to-gut against your friends in versus mode, or compete online using Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection. Online play supports friend codes, random matchmaking and leader boards.