Need for Speed Carbon is a racing video game developed by EA Black Box and published by Electronic Arts in 2006. The game is the twelfth installment in the Need for Speed series and is the sequel to Need for Speed. Speed: Most Wanted.
The Wii version of Need for Speed Carbon was developed by Vicarious Visions and released in 2007. The game has many similarities with the other versions, but also has some unique features of its own.
In Need for Speed Carbon, players will take on the role of a street racer trying to build his empire in the city of Palmont. The game has two main game modes: Career mode and Quick Race mode.
Career mode is the main game mode of the game. In this mode, players will have to compete with other racers to gain control of areas of the city. Players can participate in street races, speed races, and drift races.
Quick Race mode is a game mode that allows players to race freely. In this mode, players can choose any car in the game and participate in any race they want.
The Wii version of Need for Speed Carbon has some of its own unique features, including:
Wii Remote and Nunchuk support: Players can use the Wii Remote and Nunchuk to control their vehicle.
Wii Wheel support: Players can use the Wii Wheel to control their vehicle more precisely.
Mii Support: Players can create their own Mii and use that Mii as their racer.
Need for Speed Carbon on the Wii platform was developed by Vicarious Visions and published by Electronic Arts in 2007.
Need for Speed Carbon is a fun and exciting racing game. The Wii version of the game has some unique features of its own, making it a great choice for fans of the Need for Speed series.