MadWorld (Wii)

Release Date: 20 March 2009
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Nintendo Wii gets a much needed dose of mature gaming in this brutal action title from the makers of Okami.

Wii is home to some of the most iconic games on the market, but its older fanbase are often left waiting for more mature titles to arrive. MadWorld’s stylish and over-the-top violence more than fits the bill, giving players an artistic and gruesome look into a brutal sports show. As Jack, players must pit themselves against citizens of a decaying city to fight for their life in Death Watch. Although items within the crumbling city can be used as weapons, Jack has his own chainsaw arm to tear through opponents like paper.

Perhaps MadWorld’s most striking feature is its powerful colour scheme, influenced by the graphic novels of Frank Miller and noir films, with its black and white theme only broken by the red blood flung across each area. This tongue-in-cheek style is matched by the over-the-top mini-games Jack has at his disposal, including Man Darts, where players can fling enemies at a giant dart board to score points.

MadWorld gives Nintendo Wii a long-awaited injection of bloodshed, providing a vicious and stylish action game for the mature masses.


Killer looks: Unique and stunning black and white stylised graphics based upon comic book graphic novels.

Exciting, instinctual gameplay: Fast, visceral, arcade-style gameplay with brutal finishing moves delivered by the Wii Remote and Nunchuk.

Over-the-top violence: Vast array of murderous moves, exaggerated characters and monstrous bosses presented in an irreverent style.

Multiplayer minigames: Variety of Wii party-games presented with an ultra-violent twist that can be played hotseat against friends.

Release Date: 20 March 2009