Developer Slightly Mad Studios, currently working on Project Cars for the Wii U, has announced a new downloadable racing/fighting title called Biker Bash for the Wii U and other systems. Biker Bash will feature a similar gameplay to the old N64 classic Road Rash, where races took place on motorcycles and players not only raced, but fought each other with a variety of weapons. Biker Bash will feature a Rage mode where players will earn rage points by attacking and eliminating opponents. The game will feature 10 race tracks set around the world, and each map will have power-ups and weapons players can pick up during the race. Players will be able to upgrade their bikes with better engines, suspension, armor, and more.
The game will also feature online multiplayer with several game modes and online stats tracking. The Biker Bask Wii U version will likely feature Wii U specific controls utilizing the tablet controller, although its unknown what kind of features those might be. There was no mention of a Biker Bash release date. Check out the first few screenshots of the game below:
Check out a full PDF announcement of the game here.
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