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Monster Jam: Urban Assault Update

October 8, 2008


Monster Jam: Urban Assault Update


Activision has released some more information on their upcoming game - Monster Jam: Urban Assault.  The game will be released on   Wii, PS2, PSP and DS at the end of the month - October 28th.. Urban Assault features various game modes, tracks inspired by real cities and Monster Truck stadiums (info below). They’ll be 27 playable trucks in the game which includes Grave Digger, Bounty Hunter, Backwards Bob, King Krunch, and Air Force. As the days continue to count down until the game launches, we will have another update on the trucks.  



Monster Jump –

Monster Jump is all about airtime! Launch your truck off the ramp and fly the farthest to win - but try to hit the Monster Obstacles on the way to bank some major points.


Trickster –

Trickster is YOUR time to shine! Reach deep into your bag of tricks and dominate this Monster Jam size, skate park-style track! Bust out flat spins, barrel rolls, back flips, and more before the timer runs out and strut your stuff in front of the capacity crowd! Link your tricks and keep those combos going to earn Spectacle Points - AND the fan’s hearts!


Skill Jump

In Skill Jump major points are yours for the taking. Soar off the ramp and land on the high-scoring areas to snag the most points - but don’t forget to demolish some obstacles along the way to earn multipliers!


Air Strike

The destructive possibilities are endless in Air Strike! A field chock full of objects just waiting to be thrashed and you have your pick of five different jumps to get the job done! But choose your ramps carefully, as certain ones lead to more destruction than others.



Making its first appearance in Monster Jam: Urban Assault will Oakland’s McAfee Coliseum. The most recent Monster Jam there was February 2nd when nearly 30,000 rain-soaked Monster Jam fans took in one of the muddies tour stops in history! Also making its first appearance in Monster Jam: Urban Assault is the Tacoma Dome. Notoriously one of the most well attended Monster Jam stops of the season, Monster Jam fans routinely pack the Tacoma Dome's 5 performances that always take place in a 72-hour span! The Tacoma Dome is one of the largest wood domed structures in the world, opening April 21, 1983 and it hosted its first major concert when David Bowie played to a sold out crowd. The Tacoma Dome roof weighs nearly 1.5M pounds and stands 152 feet tall.


Other stadiums you’ll see: Ford Field, Dolphin Stadium, Alamodome, Sam Boyd Stadium, and the Metrodome,

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