Some of my fondest gaming memories stem from the original Micro Machines for the NES.
Micro Machines World Series will provide players with a whole new way of racing.
While the game was announced a few months ago, this is our first look at the title's 12-player multiplayer mode.More news: Prince William And Lady Gaga Discuss Speaking Out About Mental Health
Staying true to its miniature roots, the new Micro Machines battles take place across domestic locales such as garden sheds, dining tables, work benches, and in the chilly confines of a kitchen fridge.
Codemasters released the last game in the series, Micro Machines V4, way back in June 2006 for PS2, PSP and Nintendo DS.
The trailer also showcased a couple of different game modes. Competitive modes include capture the flag, team deathmatch and territorial control.More news: Leslie Uggams to Reprise Role in Deadpool 2
Customisation is an option in the game too, as you can choose from 12 vehicles which you can then kit out with skins, emotes, victory poses, and grave stamps.
Micro Machines World Series will now be heading to Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC on 23rd June 2017, with support for up to 12 players online and four playing on the same screen. The U.K. release will feature announcements by the aforementioned Brian Blessed, so it's possible we'll see other announcer cameos in alternative territories.More news: British PM Theresa May calls general election
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