|Release date(s)||June 15, 2012|
|Platform(s)||Nintendo Entertainment System|
|Media/distribution||1-megabit ROM cartridge, CD-ROM, download, UMD|
|Distributor(s)||Nintendo Co., Ltd.|
|Writer(s)||John the Marksman|
W3 Source lives a pleasurable life in the World Wide Web, controlled by the Web Militia. On a daily basis, he surfs the web and meets new organism's every day. However, upon coming across the wrong URL, W3 finds himself drifting into an entire new division of transgression: cyberterrorism. W3 manages to differentiate right from wrong, but in doing so, in retaliation; the cyberterrorists kidnap W3's girlfriend, Bio IT, and his cousin, URN. W3 Source is then forced to surf the World Wide Web, in search for his loved ones. However, after URN is assassinated by Code (leader of the Web Militia), W3 Source soon discovers a whole new conspiracy theory within the Web Militia, who are plotting to extort millions of dollars from the World Wide Web government, with the help of the cyberterrorists. Code and Aashif Abdul Baari, leader of the cyberterrorists, plan to invest their stolen money into exobytes, nanobot-sized devices that can bond to a living host or organism to give them their own supernatural powers.
After recovering Bio IT, W3 Source raids Aashif Abdul Baari's compound, assassinating Aashif's remaining revolutionary terrorists. As W3 prepares to murder Aashif, W3 finds himself being held at gunpoint by Code. W3 Source is then pistol-whipped and left unconscious, giving Code and Aashif time to flee to the airport.
The next day, W3 Source enters the airport in disguise, but the Web Militia see through his disguise and they begin chasing him until he rides on the baggage conveyor. Web Militia officers are surrounding the baggage room and are ordered to kill W3 Source, but he kills all of the special forces. W3 Source enters the office area of the airport where more Web Militia members, soldiers, and officers show up. They are all subsequently killed in the emerging shootout. W3 Source then emerges into a concourse as an area in the airport where the Web Militia soldiers are evacuating all passengers in order to find W3. This leads to another massive shootout and W3 Source quickly escapes the area. W3 comes aboard a train station which the Web Militia are surrounding. W3 kills the soldiers before aboarding the train. While on the train, more soldiers shoot at W3 and he quickly eliminates them. Tear gas is on the train and more members approach W3, who are all swiftly killed.
W3 Source arrives at the station as Aashif Abdul Baari and Code aboard a private plane, filled with multiple shipments of exobytes and money. W3 Source finally catches them and a shootout occurs. After managing to kill Aashif's mutated (from the use of the exobytes) army, Aashif launches a grenade as W3 jumps in the air. W3 successfully detonates it, blowing Aashif's arm off and killing him. W3 then chases Code's plane, as he grabs Aashif's grenade launcher. W3 fires grenades at the remaining mutated Web Militia members and into the planes engine, subsequently crashing the plane. W3 Source finds Code alive, but injured. W3 Source convinces himself not to kill him, and Code is then taken into custody.
The player is automatically put in a random game server with other players immediately after joining.
URL's become available for the player to freely explore. However, since W3 Source is a wanted man, exploring URL's may become much difficult for the player. The player can explore behind enemy lines, expand there influence by conquering URL's, exploit, and exterminate enemy grounds (4X).
Most chapters and side missions in the game involve some sort of platforming, and always involve action.
W3 Source has designed and constructed several devices that he traditionally carries with his powered exoskeleton (his mech suit). His armor also features a chronometer, radar, sonar, a magnometer, an atom-force microscope, photon, heat, motion and other sensor instruments. The armor contains a subspace/satellite radio communications array which receives local radio and video signals; the armor can also jam transmissions. His armor also features a laser beam projector, an EMP (electromagnetic pulse) generator (which can shut down electronic devices within a 50-yard radius), and a scanning device that travels along energy waves.
Aashif Abdul Baari
Aashif Abdul Baari has sophisticated nuclear-powered titanium arms and legs, which grants him superhuman strength. His chest plate also features a titanium unibeam, which houses a personal force field, and discharges concussive force blasts; he can also electrify his armor's surface. Special attachments to the armor have included miniature twin Gatling guns with an external power source. His many inventions include a variety of cyberterrorists robots, such as robot duplicates of himself and an army of unstoppable cyberterrorist robots designed only to destroy, as well as robots designed for slave labor and non-humanoid models used for special posts.
URN has a powered exoskeleton that amplifies his strength and durability. The armor also possesses the ability to fly using magnetically powered turbine boot jets.
Bio IT has a Kevlar uniform which protects her from most gunfire, though she can still suffer concussive injury or penetration from sufficient or repeated impacts.
Abdul Aalee Mahbeer
Abdul sports a SPCS under his white clothing.
Marid Mash'al Waqas
Under Marid's purple sweatshirt, is a Modular Tactical Vest.
Code's suit and armor is completely unique. It's neurokinetic user-controlled morphologic nanoparticle bundles that form the suit reside in Code's body, and form a fibrous wetweb of iron and platinum that can be commanded to form any type of structure upon Code's skin, such as large boxing gloves, or weapons, including large guns extending from his arms.
The Web Militia
The armor of the Web Militia features hook-and-loop fastener ("velcro") attachments to secure items such as name tapes, rank insignia, and shoulder patches and tabs, as well as recognition devices. Near Infrared (NIR) Signature Management Technology is incorporated to minimize the infrared silhouette. Permanent IR IFF squares are sewn to each shoulder to help identify friendly personnel when night vision devices are used, and are protected by Velcro tabs in garrison or when not in use.