|March 10, 2009
Exclusive to the Wii, MadWorld is a creative third-person action game. MadWorld, an Atsushi Inaba production, features a distinctive black-and-white aesthetic with a backdrop that blurs the lines between graphic novels and 3D environments.
Brutality frequently manifests as spitefulness. There are currently several games that achieve this goal; nonetheless, we determined that MadWorld’s violence should be focused on giving the player a thrill while playing.
We have a sequence in the game where you may rip a street sign out of the ground and ram it into an enemy’s head as an illustration. However, I felt that using a sign that actually has some type of significance as opposed to a knife is far more entertaining. We tested the concept, and because the team responded so favorably, I believed this was the best course of action.
The ability to combine and layer multiple events altogether is one of MadWorld’s most inventive features, even though one form of action is already entertaining. For instance, you could toss your adversary into a spiked wall after grabbing him by the street sign through the head.