The first trailer for Wrecked: Revenge Revisited (formerly known as Gas: Fuel for Fun) hit the web this morning. The game is from former Micro Machines developer 505 Games and has a strong tie to the classic series. Everything from the top-down, four car racing to the aggressive powerups screams spiritual sequel. From first impressions there are two major differences: it has a real world setting and it features current-gen graphics. Wrecked will feature a full single player championship as well as four player local or online play. To compare the trailer to the previous Gas trailer, hit the jump.
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Wrecked: Revenge Revisited was initially slated for a Summer release, but 505 Games has up-shifted to a Spring release for their follow up to Super Sonic Games’ 2004 car combat hit, Mashed. Wrecked will join the likes of TNT Racers and Scrap Metal in the ever-growing list of XBLA car combat games, bringing with it some features unique to the series.
Players will enjoy plenty of customization options for their vehicles as well as an awesome revenge mechanic allowing wrecked racers to thank their destroyer with an aerial strike- of love. The carnage will take place across a 24-challenge Championship mode divided into four different racing styles. The XBLA racing style has lends itself well to the offline/online four player setup, and Wrecked: Revenge Revisited will take full advantage of that.