Nintendo of Europe announces 530 Eco Shooter is available to download via the Wii Shop Channel this Friday for 1000 Wii Points!
25th January 2010– Anticipation is at a high for what will be one of the most original WiiWare games of 2010, and if you have not already checked out Nintendo’s exclusive 530 Eco Shooter games trailer here ( http://www.nintendo.co.uk/NOE/en_GB/games/wiiware/530_eco_shooter_15597.html ), then make sure you do, as it will guarantee to wet your appetites even further. 530 Eco Shooter which was developed by INTELLIGENT SYSTEMS and overseen by Kensuke Tanabe of Metroid Prime fame and is coming to WiiWare this Friday!.
In this on-rails shoot-em-up you take on the role of Mack, a famed recyclist from the fictional Plant 530. Riding a hover-platform through a series of progressively more challenging levels, based in a recycling plant, you and your recycle cannon are the only things in the way of the Cannoids, an alien race determined to destroy the earth.
Creatures, formed from cans and drums and snatched by Cannoids leave behind Can Energy when shot, which serves as ammunition. Your recycle cannon can also operate in reverse– as a vacuum– for picking up Can Energy and restoring ammunition. Be sure to balance shooting with vacuuming to ensure you do not run out of can energy in your recycle cannon. Shoot-em-up fans will love the challenging boss battles at the end of each level, which demand fast reactions and strategic thinking in order to prevail.
The innovative game features a unique combo system, which rewards players for shooting enemies in the air. Receive a bonus by linking up hits and look out for the additional‘Challenge’ mode that can be unlocked.
And for the most realistic experience, play the game with the Wii Zapper for that arcade shoot-em-up feeling! Alternatively, the Wii Remote and Nunchuk only requires two button control providing a thrilling gaming experience.
Check out the following link to view the 530 Eco Shooter games trailer and get your Wii Remotes at the ready to download the game, as it becomes across Europe on WiiWare this Friday for 1000 Wii Points.
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