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GF Rating
6.9

328 ratings

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GF Rating
10

Perfect

Monster Jam is awesome...

posted by Ekuriox (FORT WORTH, TX) Feb 4, 2009

Member since May 2003

1 out of 2 gamers (50%) found this review helpful

Monster Jam, is by far the best monster truck game for the Nintendo Wii. The controls are similar to Mario Kart Wii. You use the Wii Remote with the optional ability to use the Nunchuck. The Wii remote, alone, controls the steering and pivoting the the remote, back an forth, will align the truck while air borne. If you use the Nunchuck you wont have to move any of the controllers to preform any action; the Nunchuck controls the steering and the axis angle of which way the truck is aligned while in the air.

In Monster Jam: Urban Assault, there is Several different type of modes to play in. The World Circuit, is basically your campaign mode. You select from a variety of Monster Trucks, that all have different abilities, some accelerate quickly, handle better, have superior air time, and some trucks can take more damage. Once selected a Monster Truck, the campaign begins. You compete in events, that have you doing stunts and also seeing how much eye catching destruction you can preform, earning you points. The points determine you advancing. There is also a Racing mode that sets you in a race against 6 other Monster trucks in a urban area, you will have to test your handling skills on trying to push the others out of the way, to win. The Freestyle allows you to pick a arena to do stunts at, where you have to preform sic stunts and tricks to get more points.

As you top your high score, finishing first in events, you get unlockable content. There is ton of Monster trucks, mini games, arenas, and also small movies of monster trucks to unlock.

The graphics in this game are great. There is structural damage, so you know you didn't make a good landing, when a part of your truck flies off. The truck also gets covered in mud while taking a roll on the ground.

The multiplayer has the same great gameplay, with up to 4 players, a freestyle game, that turns into a destruction derby, is great fun.

Once you get use to the controls, you will not want to turn Monster Jam off.

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GF Rating
8

Very Good

Neat Game

posted by brandnsmom (PENROSE, CO) Nov 25, 2008

Member since Aug 2008

1 out of 2 gamers (50%) found this review helpful

Both my husband and kids enjoyed this one I think the reason my husband liked it so much is cause he got to destroy things and earn points. Neat game we will be looking to buy this one.

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GF Rating
7

Good

monster jam

posted by broadwaystevie (Lincoln, IL) Apr 30, 2013

Member since Oct 2012

the game was reasonable, what is not too kine is how i purchased the game within the last month there is no way to keep records of purchases and payments for games. just saying should have paid monthly balance off with purchased then when payment came in wasnt added to account under payment from previous week. is technology that weak or is it the site and affilites. games just too slow in mail to wait around for rental affermation

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