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ATV based video games have been all the rage over recent years. A lot of companies have wonderful products on all kinds of different machines. I was excited to get to play ATV Quad Kings. The entrance screens were a little dark, and gritty, but I had high hopes for this Wii game. Then I saw my first race, and my opinion changed. More on that coming up. The presentation of ATV Quad Kings is awesome, but we do not spend most of our time on the menu screens.

I started going into the graphics earlier, and now I am ready to flesh it out. ATV Quad Kings is not the best looking Wii game out there. In fact it looks like a first generation Playstation 2 game to me. The character models are small, and do not have a lot of animation. In fact the girl who walks in front of the racers animated mainly from the waist down. ATV racers can go flying and crash down in a painful manner. The vehicles themselves have wheels that break off at the drop of a hat.

ATV Quad Kings has some loud rockish music that will keep you awake if you happen to be tired. I enjoyed some of the music, and some was not to my personal liking. Expect to see the screen tell you: “Wipe Out” quite frequently. Do not expect any race commentary while playing ATV Quad Kings for the Wii.  I did not hear any offensive language while playing this game.

ATV Quad Kings contains quite a few different play modes. You can race in various ways, or go out there and perform tricks for a specific amount of time. The only problem with all of these extras is the controls.

Talk about a segway! I should be in radio or something. ATV Quad Kings is extremely touchy on its controls.  I could not find any sensitivity options, and that really hurts this title. If that were not bad enough, I found myself crashing at the smallest bump. Other racers hit me, and my vehicle fell to pieces and my rider went flying off the screen. This would not be such a bad thing, if it did not put me farther and farther back. The only way to win in ATV Quad Kings is to be perfect. The controls are the biggest problem I found in this Wii game.

Be the first to the finish line is the lesson I learned in ATV Quad Kings. I also learned it is extremely easy to fall off an ATV, and their wheels go flying off just as easily. Any sequels need a graphical upgrade and improved controls.
- Sam


Graphics: 62%
Sound: 76%
Replay/Extras: 79%
Gameplay: 53%
Family Friendly Factor: 77%
System: Wii
Publisher: Zoo Games
Rating: 'E' for Everyone

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