Wii #0300 - Thrillville: Off The Rails (USA)

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Oct 17, 2007
  1. shaunj66
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    ^^wiirelease-0349^^
     
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    I wonder if the graphics surpass the DS version.

    IGN published their interview with the devs, so I think it should be kinda cool.
    I mean the box shows a coaster airborne.
     
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    work on pal?
     
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    The demo on the 360 of this was OK. Nothing to shout about. Its just like theme park but you can do a lot more on the game.
     
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    whats the actuall rar filenames?
     
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    this release is known as wi-tofr, the PAL is split-thrillville (GER/FRA). US should be ok if you want english on PAL.
     
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    Wow! This game is actually a lot of fun. There are a ton of mini-games, and from the few I've played so far the mini-games seem more like medium-games. There is this one Excitebike / Motocross Madness-type game with the most realistic controls I've ever seen.

    Anyway, this is my pick for some unexpected surprise award.
     

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