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  • US 12th Jul 2010, 1,000 points
  • EU 9th Jul 2010, 1,000 points
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  • Review Toribash (WiiWare)

    Worth a bash

    Already freely available for PC, Toribash has landed on WiiWare with a 1,000 point price tag and a lot to live up to. A turn-based fighting game, this title is seemingly impenetrable at first despite a series of tutorials that teach you your first basic moves: how to jump, to kick and to decapitate your opponent and throw their head out...

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Toribash News

  • Nintendo Download 12th July (North America)

    Bashing and balloons for Wii; puzzles, paper and playing French for DSiWare

    A pretty varied platter for North America today, with Virtual Console again absent but WiiWare gaining two games and DSiWare letting five more passengers onto the download bus. WiiWare: Toribash (1000pts - Nabi Studios) – A turn-based fighting game that's big on physics,...

  • Nintendo Download 9th July (Europe)

    Plenty for everyone

    As with every week, DSiWare gets the lion's share of releases this week, although most of it is not too stellar, or at least not likely to be. WiiWare gets a long-awaited fighter plus an interesting Nintendo-published title, while VC gets another ninja action game. WiiWare: Toribash (1000pts - Nabi Studios) — A very strange...

  • News Get Physical Next Friday with Toribash: Violence Perfected

    1,000 Points for stop-motion fighter

    It's been a long old while since we've heard anything about Nabi Studios' fighter Toribash: Violence Perfected, but it's emerged from the silence cocoon with the news it will hit Europe next Friday, July 9th for 1,000 Points. If you're unfamiliar with the admittedly odd concept, Toribash is a turns-based fighting...

  • News Toribash Has Finished Development

    New trailer shows off violence perfected

    There are two genres of games that I am absolutely terrible at: fighting and strategy. Of course, I keep buying fighting games and keep trying to be strategic, usually failing miserably at both. Certainly Toribash, a fighting game heavily focused on macro body movement strategy, is not the game for me;...

  • News New Game Play Video - Toribash

    Nabi Studios releases new game play video of their upcoming WiiWare title Toribash in action.

    The main goal behind Toribash is to give players unprecedented freedom by providing them with total control over their fighter's bodies. The developers have said that they hope this will provide a unique experience on the WiiWare service for gamers who have...

  • News Toribash Coming To WiiWare

    The developers of Toribash have just confirmed that they're currently developing a version of their extremely unique fighting game for Nintendo's WiiWare service via their official blog.

    Toribash can best be characterized as a physics-based one-on-one fighting game that allows players to have unparalleled control over their figher's game play moves...

About The Game

Put button-bashing opponents to the sword in a new WiiWare fighting game that lets you get creative as you battle to victory!

Toribash is an online fighting game where you’re free to make your own moves! Use precision motion control to create any move you want – the only limit is your imagination! Manipulate your fighter’s joints for maximum impact and take out your opponents with precise hits. Boost your joints for that added speed and strength to hit harder then grab your opponents and slam them to the ground.

Want to make your own fight movies? Just jump into the replay editor. You can enter replays at any point in time and review your fight to catch that mind-blowing move you missed. And when you are done, share it with your buddies through WiiConnect24!

  • Fight online and challenge players around the world over Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection
  • Relive your finest moments from whatever angle you like using the replay editor
  • Pull off all kinds of acrobatic moves using Wii Remote motion controls