Wii Too: Conspiracy Entertainment Announces Cocoto Kart Racer For Wii

Posted: Apr 25 2008, 11:52am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 7:40am CDT, in Gaming


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With the big expectations for the Mario Kart game on the Wii console it’s no surprise that other Kart racing games are coming to the Wii. Conspiracy Entertainment announced today that it would bring Cocoto Kart Racer to the Wii.

The premise of the game is that the holy cauldron of Cocoto has disappeared and the only way to get it back is to win a series of Kart races against other opponents with the winner getting the cauldron. Players can choose from 12 different characters, 12 different karts and play different modes including Championship, Time Challenge or Multiplayer.

Marco Husges, Executive Vice President of Conspiracy Entertainment, said, "In 2005, we partnered with Neko to bring to market Cocoto Kart Racer for the Nintendo DS(TM), and are excited to collaborate again on its development for the Wii. This version of Cocoto Kart Racer is sure to thrill youth audiences as Cocoto gets back into action with all his friends to race across the land of Abyss. Cocoto's zany cast of characters and their karts will be in full force as they compete among several distinct areas of the Abyss that offer an escape into a fantastically psychedelic world."

Via Conspiracy Games

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