Australia’s Largest Indie Publisher is bringing some new games to E3 for Wii, PC and DS Players.
The first being Turbo Trainz which brings the successful Trainz series to your Nintendo Wii, including four player multiplayer!
Turbo Trainz is the Company’s line extension for Wii. It’s a fast paced train race capitalizing on the Wii’s unique control system to accelerate the train. Users move their arms in a churning motion to turn up the heat and steam past opponents at turbo speed. This four-player multi-play release challenges users to rule the rails. Projected street price for this title is $29.99 US. Additional information and a video trailer are found at www.turbotrainz.com.
Coming to the PC is going to be My First Trainz Set, a game targeting the younger audience of railroad enthusiasts.
My First Trainz Set for PC is N3V Games’ first attempt at targeting a younger audience of railroad enthusiasts. Users drive an assortment of trains around household environments they choose from a menu of four standard options or they can design their own landscape with a simplified track-laying system. Pick up passengers and deliver them to their destinations using any one of nine distinct trains. Projected street price for this title is $19.99 US. More information and a video trailer are found at www.myfirsttrainzset.com.
And finally a new classic action platformer called Fractured Soul, with a completely new twist for DS Players, play across both DS screen simultaneously!
Fractured Soul is a classic action platform game with a unique twist for DS players: gamers play across both screens simultaneously. Follow interplanetary rogue Jake Desaul as he battles through five different worlds displaying unique characteristics on dual screens that add challenges and complexity to the game play gorgeous sci-fi graphics push this DS entry to the limits while eerie atmospheric audio immerse players in Jake’s personal story. Projected street price for this title is $29.99 US. More information and a video trailer are found at www.fracturedsoulgame.com.
Keep your eyes peeled during E3 for more on these games!