Thursday, July 28, 2011

ATV Wild Ride 3D - Looking For a Publisher!


Introduction:
The debut of Renegade Kid's original arcade ATV racing title for the Nintendo DS, ATV Wild Ride, was met with high praise from the gaming press - making it hands-down the best ATV racing title available for the platform.

Evolution:
The next exciting installment of this off-road thrill ride, ATV Wild Ride 3D, turns the dial up to 11 with more insane airborne tricks, dramatic panoramic vistas, exhilarating audio, and a brand new "Wild Ride" power-up; enabling players to reach new intense speeds - bringing the excitement of extreme ATV racing alive.

You are thrown into an adrenaline-charged off-road trick-racing event across the globe. Hold onto your handlebars, it's about to get wild!

Main Features:
  • A true 'console' ATV racing experience for the Nintendo 3DS.
  • Utilizes the proven power of the award-winning Renegade Engine.
  • 12 Exotic locations, with 48 extreme tracks to tear up.
    • 6 new locations, with 24 new tracks.
    • Unlock 6 "retro" Nintendo DS locations, with 24 "classic" tracks (enhanced to utilize 3DS graphical capabilities).
  • Perform dozens of insane airborne tricks to earn nitro boosts.
  • Land 3 consecutive "hard" tricks and enter "Wild Ride" mode; increasing your overall speed for a short period of time.
  • Skid around corners, soar over chasms, and experience the speed rush with physics-based racing dynamics.
  • Up to 4 players go head-to-head with Internet and Local play for ultimate bragging rights.
  • Expected ESRB rating: E - Everyone.

10 comments:

  1. Great to see you're adding much more to this installment rather than it just being a straight port to the 3DS. Somehow I see this being loads of fun in 3D :D No word from the first ATV publisher Destineer?

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  2. While it does look pretty awesome, I don't think I'll buy it at retail..especially with MK3DS (well, Mario Kart 7) coming out in December. I think if the publisher idea falls flat, then I suggest you release it on the eShop (obviously you'll have to strip a few features) for $12?

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  3. If you haven't already, contact indiePub. They work with independent developers.

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  4. I will buy if its 3DSware title! Really want to support you guys so renegade kid will have enough resources to make moon and dementium 2 sequel on 3DS..

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  5. Hope it's a 3DSWare game and not a retail game.

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  6. I would definitely buy it If it's on the eshop
    I would not buy it retail since I'm planning to buy Mario kart 7

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  7. Please make it a 3dsware game
    Would definitely buy it

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  8. The thing that annoyed me the most about the original was the voices, most notably the "Great!" "Awesome!" "Woohoo" and etc. I dunno, they just sound uninspired to me and very cheesy.

    Well, that and my L button being screwy. But that's not a fault of the game, lol.

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  9. I have to agree about the voices sounding corny they need to be changed and if it were to make it to retail it could be polished a bit more with more interesting backdrops or as everyone is saying bring it to the eshop it would do well there I would buy it for sure.

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