MotoHeroz takes the fun, fast gameplay of a Trials style game, adds it to a frantic rally race, and delivers a fresh new kind of side-scrolling, platform racing game. Players race, chase, and rally their way through a brightly colored world, competing against their friends for the fastest times, entering daily races, and hunting for secrets and coins. The game has three main modes: a surprising and fun single player adventure, a two to four player local party mode, and a new type of daily online competition, in which a new online track opens up daily to give you constant new opportunities for the top of the Leader Boards.
I've been a supporter of the Nintendo Wii since its launch. I've stuck by the console since 2006, when everyone I knew was either bitching about the graphics or erroneously stating that it was just for kids, despite the presence of games such as No More Heroes, Little King's Story, MadWorld, and other titles that older gamers could easily find enjoyment in. Lately, however, there hasn't been much to boast about on the Wii, and I've found that the only reason to hook up my console is to play Super Smash Bros. Brawl with my buddies. That was until I played MotoHeroz.Developed by RedLynx, the awesome team that brought us Trials HD, MotoHeroz is a side-scrolling racer that's heavy on the physics and bright with rich color. It's also got some platforming gameplay peppered throughout for good... Read Review