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Excite Truck, will it last?

Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii Gaming' started by Zori, Dec 26, 2006.

  1. Zori

    Zori Wii Owner Since Launch

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    Well I was thinking about buying excite truck, but I heard you can play it all in one day and leave it there. Is this true? Does it have some replayability? Or..enough replayability? I know the multiplayer sucks, which is a letdown for me, but gimme some opinions.
     
  2. A RAND0M TAC0

    A RAND0M TAC0 Like A Stone

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    DONT BUY IT!!!!!!!! its painful for me to play, the steering is so bad
     
  3. StevenNevets

    StevenNevets WiiChat Member

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    Buy Barnyard instead.


    The only other half-good racing game is Need for Speed Carbon which looks bad too.


    The controlls don't suck either. Just like in Wii Sports going backwards to far is the same as going forwards, you people need to be smart and realise that. I don't think any games that work like this doesn't have this problem to a certain extent and it should take awhile for developers to get it right.
     
  4. Sovieto

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    excite truck controls are just verrrrry sensetive, they get nice after awhile but its to hard to do tight turns
     
  5. MrKlown

    MrKlown Weird Guy

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    Well the controls in excite truck was just fine for me. Maybe the above people aren't good at racing games lol. As far as replayability, not really. I beat it in a few hours so it's not really worth the price tag.
     

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