Racers' Islands: Crazy Arenas Takes Aim at WiiWare Next Week

Zallag's driving follow-up on the way

Okay, so Racers' Island: Crazy Racers didn't quite live up to our expectations, but next week sees combative successor Racers' Islands: Crazy Arenas swerve to Europe for a more reasonable 800 Points.

Essentially transplanting the game's drive-and-shoot gameplay to an arena setting, it still supports 8 player action via sharing the Remote and Nunchuk between driver and gunner. It's not all just deathmatches though – the game includes five different variations that should hopefully keep gamers' interest high.

Racers' Islands: Crazy Arenas launches on WiiWare in Europe on October 22nd for 800 Points, with a North American release to follow.

Five lively games designed for the multiplayer experience!
The game offers an atypical gameplay which is not just about driving a vehicle. You need to know how to aim and shoot with each character’s special weapon to adapt your strategy for each challenge. Drive with your Nunchuk™, aim and shoot with your Wii Remote™!
But the best way to play in Crazy Arenas is the multiplayer mode: all the arenas have been designed specifically to have fun with friends. You are therefore able to play with up to 4-player in split screen. You may even want to share the controllers for each driver to go up to 8 people simultaneously. The one drives while the other shoots: here’s something to get you stuck to your screen for many hours!
Look for a golden Totem in a lost temple, capture it and bring it back to your base! Don’t lose your way!
Can you take on this extreme survival mode? Dash in a wild ascent to an infernal mountain peak before the rising water catches up with
Free-for-all frenzy! Be the first to score 10 points in this Japanese paintball contest powered by engines.
The concept speaks for itself! Toss a time bomb to your opponents as quickly as possible, before the countdown reaches 0.
Compete with your racing car in a wacky ice hockey tournament with penguin goalkeepers!

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