13th February 2009

Nine race tracks are now available in the online Worldwide Ranking System. Players can compare their times on new tracks in Grand Prix mode; Granite Valley, Eternal Sunset and Gasworth Castle. The Motocross and Freestyle modes now offer racers the chance to compare times on the Hula Whoops, Mud Arena and Sky Runner circuits.

In Moto Racer DS’ unique online Worldwide Ranking System, players can enter their scores to measure their times against others around the world. Will you be the best? Visit to find out.

Do you think you’re the fastest? Absolutely unbeatable? Have you beaten the AI on Expert difficult mode and want to take on the ultimate challenge? If the answer is yes, then try and beat the best riders in the world by accessing Moto Racer DS’ exclusive Online Worldwide Ranking System at:

Once on the Worldwide Ranking site, Moto Racer DS fans can register to create a rider profile and enter their Moto Racer DS code. The code can be found after a time trial race has been completed. Return to the main menu, select single player mode and then the mode that has just been raced in. Next, select time trial and the mode just completed to display a code for entry on the Worldwide Ranking website.

Profiles can be regularly updated with best times, as players try to beat their own personal record and compare or challenge other scores from all over the world. Players can also check out the Moto Racer DS forum to compare their skills with others.

Fast facts:

Publisher: Nobilis

UK Distributor: Ascaron Entertainment


Developer: Artefacts Studio

Release date: 3rd April 2009

PEGI: 3+

Format: Nintendo DS

Genre: Racing

About Ascaron Entertainment

Ascaron Entertainment (UK) is highly regarded on a domestic and global scale. With a professional reputation, full-service product management, and a wealth of experience in the games industry, the UK operation provides a bespoke multi-format publishing, sales, PR and marketing function to selected affiliate label partners. Ascaron Entertainment (UK) continues to be responsible for successfully launching titles into the UK market from developers and publishers worldwide. Amongst other titles, the Ascaron portfolio includes the popular UFO, Panzers, Cossacks, Blitzkrieg, Sherlock Holmes, Hearts of Iron and Europa Universalis series of games, as well as critically acclaimed hits such as Call of Juarez (PC), Runaway: The Dream of the Turtle (PC, NDS), TrackMania (PC, NDS), City Life (PC), King’s Bounty (PC) and Moto Racer (NDS).

About Nobilis

Nobilis, a Lyon based producer, publisher, and distributor of video games (PC, Xbox360TM, PlayStation®2, PlayStation®3, PSPTM, Nintendo Wii™, Nintendo DS™, and Interactive DVDs) and video game accessories, was founded in 2001. Nobilis Publishing has developed successful games such as:“My Baby Boy®” and“My baby Girl®” (Nintendo DS™),” Mountain Bike Adrenaline featuring Salomon”(PlayStation®2),“The Secrets of Da Vinci™”(PC),“Cleopatra™” (PC), and the famous franchises:“Hotel Giant” and“Moto Racer” with over 8 million units sold to date. Nobilis has several distribution subsidiaries in France (Lyon), Spain (Madrid), Belgium, Holland, Luxembourg (Bruxelles), and an office in Italy (Rome). Nobilis Publishing games are already sold in over 40 different countries with the most prominent partners. Nobilis is also a producer/distributor of accessories thanks to its own brand: Subsonic, a symbol of quality and innovation. These accessories are available for the following platforms: Xbox 360™, PSP™, PlayStation®2, PlayStation®3, Nintendo DS™, and Nintendo Wii™.

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