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Muscle March Given a North American Release Date

by Pedro Hernandez - December 3, 2009, 12:30 pm EST
Total comments: 10 Source: Silicon Era

Namco Bandai's wacky WiiWare title will see release this winter.

Namco Bandai has announced that their upcoming WiiWare title, Muscle March, is set to be released in North America this winter.

Muscle March, a game that first started life as an unreleased arcade game, is about a group of muscle men who are chasing a protein powder thief. The object of the game is to make flexing poses in order to go through the holes and catch the thief. In the WiiWare version, players will do the motions using the Wii Remote and Nunchuk. It will have three stages, and an endurance run for up-to-four players.

The title was released in Japan since May, and was priced at 800 Wii Points ($8). No price for the American release has been announced.


BlackNMild2k1December 03, 2009

That game looks.... ummm.... yeah, I have no words for this game.

vuduDecember 03, 2009

Please come out before NWR Secret Santa ... please come out before NWR Secret Santa ....

NinGurl69 *hugglesDecember 03, 2009

Quote from: vudu

Please come out before NWR Secret Santa ... please come out before NWR Secret Santa ....


This sounds like it would work much better with Natal.

I've heard that it plays poorly, despite the funny premise and presentation. I really doubt that I would pay 800 Wii points for it. They should probably reduce the price in the West.

day one purchase

KDR_11kDecember 05, 2009

I hope it works better than the bodybuilder job in Job Island.

vuduDecember 07, 2009

I will gift this game to everyone on RFN (except Greg) just so they have something to talk about for the new business section.

NinGurl69 *hugglesJanuary 04, 2010

ESRBS rates it E10+


TJ SpykeJanuary 04, 2010

Not surprising. Yes it's filled with muscle-bound men in just their speedos, but all they are doing is running. You can see more risque-stuff than that on basic TV.

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