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Fan favorites like the Sucker Punch and Big Balls are back, while brand new courses and effects guarantee plenty of surprises. Losing is part of the fun—unlike contestants on the show, massive wipeouts are enjoyed from the comfort of the living room! Once again, hosts John Anderson and John Henson narrate the out-of-control action.

Wipeout 2 utilizes every platform’s unique capabilities! Fire off paintballs or hurl snowballs to trip up your friends as they run the course on the PlayStation®3 or Xbox 360. Use the newly revised controls of the Wii version for a more intuitive and engaging experience than ever. Pass the Nintendo DS systems around for four-player “Hot Seat” gaming or take the experience to a whole new visual plane on the Nintendo 3DS. Whichever the console, whether alone or with friends, players are sure to have a wild time! Who says this can’t be tried at home?
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