Summary: In this game, Madworld puts you in the shoes of Jack, a 40 something who has been thrown into the most horrific game show in America: Death Watch. Jack must fight and kill to survive, for he's been poisoned, & every kill gives him longer to live. However, DeathWatch is all about entertainment.
Summary: I was a bit skeptical when I saw this game. If you appreciate different art styles, you will appreciate the comic book graphics within this game. I always complained that Wii did not offer enough adult games; well this is as adult as it gets.
Summary: This game glorifies violence. It is by far the most gratuitously violent game I have ever played in my entire life. It is also quite possibly the most fun! If you've ever wanted to cut a guy in half with a chainsaw, this is your game.
Summary: In the drought of traditional games for the Wii, Mad World is like a blood drenched, gore splattered oasis in the middle of a family friendly desert of party games. Concept: 9/10 This game looks like it was inspired by Marv from Sin City.
Summary: What can I say about this game except "WOW"... I did not expect a game like this to be released on the Wii. First and foremost, I haven't come across many games on the Nintendo Wii that are satisfying to play.
Summary: This game is really impressive, the action is exciting, it looks lovely, the rawness of his scenes is very well achieved, is a real gem. Honestly, I would like to see more games like this in the Wii, unfortunately did not sell well as it should because people do not really know what this game.
Summary: I am not a serious gamer, but I love Madworld. After a long day and well after the wee ones are safely tucked away its nice to cut loose with a little bit of the chainsaw ultraviolence and relax a bit. The commentary is absolutely and deliciously vulgar, yet witty enough to elicit a chuckle.
It's M Rated....not for kids!! Stricly for the older crowd and it's good too
BX Lounger, Amazon
9 June 2009
Summary: The Wii has a horrible reputation for being a "kiddie system" and therefore games like Madworld do not exist or belong there, according to the mass media and the occasional PS3/Xbox 360 player.