Blaze and the Mega Machines video game announced

Through a press release, Bandai Namco and Outright Games have announced that they are working on the video game Blaze and the mega machines Pilots of Axle City, another title in collaboration with Nickelodeon

Outright Games, already creators of titles particularly for a rather low age group such as Paw Patrol, Spirit or Ben 10: Power Trip, announced through a press release that it is collaborating with Bandai Namco for the creation of another title dedicated to Nickelodeon. The game will be dedicated to Kart racing and will have the title of Blaze and the mega cars Drivers of Axle City, based on the famous Nickelodeon preschool. The title will arrive in the autumn on Nintendo Switch, PC and PlayStation and Xbox platforms. If you are a fan of Blaze and the mega machines you can become the protagonists of your favorite series. Join the monster truck Blaze and his pilot friend AJ as they embark on new adventures with their troop of friends as they speed through the colorful streets of Axle City.

You can face the championship as one of seven characters (AJ, Pickle, Darington, Zeg, Starla, Stripes and Crusher) or play with friends and family with the split-screen mode for four players, challenging you to win. The game is obviously a great way for children to approach video games, it also contains educational aspects. You can customize characters and activate their unique abilities, as well as power-ups and upgrade your karts! Below you will find the trailer released by Outright Games on the occasion of the announcement.

Blaze video game and mega machines announced: Outright Games CEO speaks!

Outright Games CEO Terry Malham commented on this new collaboration as follows:

We are very happy that Blaze has finally debuted in a video game and we are honored to continue our partnership with Nickelodeon to bring another series of very popular characters to life. We love the TV series and knew it would be perfect for one of our titles. The game is incredibly fun and can also be played with friends and family, plus we are happy with the educational elements that will teach some science, technology and motor basics to children, hoping they will be enjoyed!

Terry Malham

Outright Games continues its trail of children’s titles with the video game dedicated to Blaze and the mega machines. What do you think of this type of video game? Write it to us below in the comments, we will continue to keep you updated with all the news on videogame and tech! And if you are interested in game keys at affordable prices, we recommend that you take a look at the InstantGaming catalog!