WII Real Heroes: Firefighter - Facts & Screens

The first screenshots and facts on Conspiracy Entertainment's upcoming Real Heroes: Firefighter for Wii have arrived.

Real Heroes puts players in the soon-to-be soot-stained boots of a rookie firefighter who has just been assigned to a busy metropolitan fire station. Players will undergo a "baptism of fire" in an escalating array of emergency situations.

Featuring Epicenter's proprietary "Thinking Fire" technology, Real Heroes' blazes will seem almost alive as they not only attack structures, potential victims and firefighters, but also cause unexpected changes to the environments that will suddenly alter the player's options and strategies : no two scenarios will play out the same way. Success will depend equally on the player's mastery of realistic firefighting tools and techniques and on the player's ability to think and react quickly under pressure.

Enter the soot-stained boots of an everyday hero as a newly graduated Fire Academy cadet getting their start in a big city firehouse. Experience raging infernos and explosive environments in this unique first person action game. Use the firefighter's tools of the trade like the axe, hose and chainsaw to rescue survivors and get the fires under control


  • Use full-motion swings to hack down doors with your axe and pry apart crushed metal with the Jaws of Life, taking full advantage of the Wii's motion sensing controllers.
  • Thinking Fire technology delivers cunning a dangerous enemy unlike any that has been seen before as the flames have a mind of their own.
  • Be part of a squad as your fellow firefighters work with you to make sure everyone makes it out alive.
  • Diverse locations and scenarios test your firefighting skills, from a collapsing bridge to an engulfed shopping mall

The screens can be found on our gamepage for Real Heroes: Firefighter.

Posted on 15-10-2008 by Dennis


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