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Monster 4x4: World Circuit

Monster 4x4 World Circuit
Wii version cover art
Developer(s) Ubisoft Barcelona
Publisher(s) Ubisoft
Platform(s) Wii, Xbox
Release date(s) Xbox
  • NA March 23, 2006
  • NA November 19, 2006
  • AUS December 7, 2006
  • EU December 8, 2006
  • JP December 21, 2006
Genre(s) Racing
Mode(s) Single player, Multiplayer
Distribution DVD-ROM, Wii Optical Disc

Monster 4x4 World Circuit is a racing game published by Ubisoft, centering around Monster trucks. It was released in early 2006 on Xbox, and later on Wii as a launch title for the system. It is similar to San Francisco Rush, with huge jumps and vast speed. The game is a sequel to Monster 4x4: Masters of Metal, although it lacks the Monster Jam license. A sequel developed by Ubisoft Reflections, entitled Monster 4x4: Stunt Racer, was released for the Wii in 2009.[1]

Steering Wheel Shell

Ubisoft revealed a steering wheel shell for the Wii Remote, as an accessory bundled with the game. The peripheral steering wheel, created by Thrustmaster, is controlled by tilting the wheel forward to use your nitros and backwards to brake/slow down. Also, when on a ramp, if you thrust the shell forward or in any other direction, you will perform a stunt from the ramp. Other games may make use of this peripheral as well when using the same controls. [1]


The Wii version of the game generally received poorer reviews than the Xbox version; it was noted for having watered-down graphics, a repetitive soundtrack, and a generally rushed feel.

See also


External links

  • Wii version on IGN
  • Xbox version on IGN
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