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Storm City Games is known for developing inexpensive games for quick, easy pick up and play experiences. The games can be hit or miss, some much better than others. With ATV Fever for the Wii, Storm City Games has developed a fun and exciting game that will keep young and old gamers coming back for another lap. ATV Fever is officially licensed by Honda and features 11 actual ATV’s made by Honda. Gamers can participate in Arcade style racing, which has time limits at checkpoints. Also available is a Championship mode for both Utility and Sport ATV’s. Unlike the DS version of ATV Fever, the Wii version offers additional modes for single player and multiplayer. Gamers can participate in slalom races against the computer or bring over some friends for one on one action.

To make the game more challenging only the Utility ATV’s are available to start. Of course gamers want to get to the sporty Honda ATV’s, so they will have to unlock them. Each class contains multiple models with different color schemes available. I especially liked how the ATV’s selection menu contains actual photos of the ATV’s. Speaking of menus, the game menu screen is easy to navigate by going left and right using the directional pad.

Graphically speaking, ATV Fever looks great on the Wii. The ATV’s and racers look really good. Some of the water and smoke could be better, but overall the game was a pleasant surprise regarding graphics. The controls are easy to learn (2 button for gas and turning the remote for steering) and can be mastered after only a few races. I do wish the developers had put more effort into the crash sequences, because just when you think you are going to see an amazing crash, the screen whites out and say Wipe Out. This can become annoying in that some times I felt like I could have saved it, but was not given the opportunity.

ATV Fever is a joy to play. With the quick load times, easy controls and adequate graphics this could be a favorite for family and friends. Even non-ATV fans could find this entertaining. It would have been nice to have more multiplayer options, as the ones include can get tiresome after a while. Parents can discuss competition and good sportsmanship when playing ATV Fever with their children. I look forward to what else Storm City Games can offer kids of all ages.
- Alan


Graphics: 74%
Sound: 72%
Replay/Extras: 79%
Gameplay: 69%
Family Friendly Factor: 89%
System: Wii
Publisher: Storm City Games
Rating: 'E' for Everyone

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