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Unless you count 2009's NASCAR Kart Racing (and why would you?), NASCAR 2011 is the first NASCAR game for the Wii. That doesn't mean, however, that it is a worthy one. This is circuit racing stripped to its bare essentials, held up only by a functional driving model that struggles to capture the tension of the real thing. Even on hard difficulty, you'll rarely feel challenged by the other 42 drivers on the track. Beginning a race in pole position is essentially a guarantee that you'll finish in first unless you crank the difficulty up to very hard. Off the track, Wii owners get few of the frills Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 owners enjoyed. There is no paint booth, no way to save races for sharing or later viewing, and no detailed vehicle customization. Invitational events give this sparse package some much-needed variety, but this halfhearted effort is a mere shadow of the great NASCAR games of years past. Career mode drops you into the shoes of a known NASCAR driver or one of your own making and puts you through the paces, from Daytona to Homestead-Miami. You take to the circuits one at a time and make your way through a 36-race season, including the road course races on Watkins-Glen International and Infineon Raceway.
NASCAR The Game 2011 is eight weeks deep into the racing season on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, but the Wii version only now approaches the starting line. While Eutechnyx hit some high points on the other consoles, this Wii outing simply doesn't deliver on graphics, options, and overall experience. The Wii's only other NASCAR outing was 2009's NASCAR Kart Racing. In a lot of ways, the Wii is much more suited to a cartoon-themed take on the sport than this dumbed-down version ported from more powerful consoles. By forcing the original game into the constraints of the Wii's power, the final product looks quite similar to NASCAR games from the turn of the century (though with a smoother frame rate, to be fair). Every line has stark pixilation and the backgrounds are a splash of blurriness. The crowds are a blocky mess of bland color. Even the fanfare events, like flying jets and spraying champagne, simply spurt large squares of smoke and booze, respectively. While the intention behind the game was to provide an intense and realistic experience, the Wii's cement-footed controls don't allow for such finesse.
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