New International Track & Field DS

  • Publisher: Konami
  • Release Date: Jul 22, 2008
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Summary: The classic sporting game series of Track and Field celebrates its' 25th Anniversary by coming to the Nintendo DS. All the excitement and fun of the original titles is brought up to date with a bright and stylish new look, more events and online play. The gameplay was developed to take full advantage of the touch screen and stylus, thus providing gamers with a unique experience on the DS. Players can either dip into single events or take on the challenge of the sporting career mode. Test your skills against the world via Nintendo Wi-Fi Connect and see if you have what it takes to become the best in the world. Going beyond mere online play New International Track and Field features online tournaments and worldwide rankings. More than 20 athletic challenges including 100 meter sprint, high jump, archery, pole vaulting, and javelin. Massive online feature set – 4 player game sharing, worldwide rankings, and online tournaments. 15+ characters that are both original to the game and fan favorite Konami characters. 6 of Konami characters have a Challenge Event that will test your skills in unique and entertaining ways. Customize you athlete with new costumes and other cool items. Voice Boost – Use the microphone on the DS to give your character a boost by shouting words of encouragement. The louder you are, the bigger the boost. [Konami]
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Rating: E10+
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Developer: Sumo Digital
Genre(s): Sports, Olympic Sports, Olympic Sports, Individual, Athletics
Number of Players:1-4 Players
ESRB Descriptors:Animated Blood Comic Mischief Language Mild Cartoon Violence Mild Suggestive Themes
Offline Modes:Competitive
Online Modes:Competitive
Number of Online Players:4 Players Online
Cast Credit
John Broomhall Sound Production
Jacob Habgood Technical Lead
Paul Porter Technical Director
Matt Furniss Additional Art
Ross Hartshorn Designer
Paul Tankard Tool Support
James Graves Lead Programmer
James Graves Technical Lead
Stuart Yarham Programmer
Richard Weeks Programmer
David Blewett Lead Artist
Greg Irwin Programmer
Pat Phelan Executive Producer
Cliff Davies Programmer
Phil Hanks Animator
Andy Chapman Programmer
Jon Watson Tool Support
Darren Mills Creative Director
Gary Reynolds Animator
Jamie Derbyshire Programmer
Tom Salter Tool Support
Tony Allen Assistant Producer
Matt Donkin Programmer
Steven Camber Programmer
Robert Cauldwell Programmer
Simon Bradley Lead Animator
Claire Wilson Animator
Mark Thackery Animator
Sean Millard Design Overlord
Ned Waterhouse Lead Designer
Will Tarrat Designer
Richard Westmoreland Designer
Vangelis Music
Steve Thomas Animator
Dave Chapman Platform Lead
Richard Simmons Animator
Steve Thomas Animator
Richard Simmons Animator
Dave Chapman Platform Lead
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Awards & Rankings

#70 Most Discussed DS Game of 2008