Geometry Wars: Galaxies (Wii)
Galaxies is a well recommended Wii title for everyone. Just remember you might need a new arm later...
Posted: 27.02.2008 12:57 by Rob Rymond | Comments: 6
With 2 comprehensive Dragon Ball Z games already available, it leaves one wondering where they could possibly go with this third version?
Posted: 21.02.2008 08:36 by Andi Hamilton | Comments: 0
Rather than a rival to Mario and Sonic, Asterix is actually a Platform-Adventure game at heart with mini-games interspersed throughout.
Posted: 18.02.2008 03:53 by Joe Bennett | Comments: 1
Ghost Squad (Wii)
It's a fine example of the genre, fits the chosen hardware fantastically well, and even if only as a stop-gap until the House of the Dead series...
Posted: 14.02.2008 04:07 by Emmanuel brown | Comments: 0
Zack & Wiki is a bit like Marmite (European yeast spread) you either love it or hate it. But putting opinion aside, what does this game have to...
Posted: 12.02.2008 13:01 by Govan Roberts | Comments: 0
The Wii version of Agatha Christie: And Then There Were None makes use of some innovations with the Wii controller. Is anything else noteworthy?
Posted: 07.02.2008 10:00 by Andi Hamilton | Comments: 0
ProStreet is as radical change for the Need for Speed series.
Posted: 05.02.2008 11:03 by Rob Rymond | Comments: 2
It misses a number of chances to put itself out there as a really successful multiplayer game able to capture the ideals of the Wii in the same way...
Posted: 21.12.2007 12:57 by Alistair Wallis | Comments: 1
Smarty Pants (Wii)
Despite an extremely simple design and a total lack of effort in sound and atmosphere, Smarty Pants is actually quite a fun game.
Posted: 04.12.2007 15:11 by Mike Bowden | Comments: 0
Super Mario Galaxy (Wii)
If there is any gaming franchise that can symbolize the industry as a whole, it would be Nintendo's Super Mario.
Posted: 28.11.2007 03:44 by James Pikover | Comments: 0
EA Playground (Wii)
Family-fun maybe, but this is no Mario Party and certainly not one to crack open at Christmas.
Posted: 22.11.2007 03:22 by Rob Rymond | Comments: 0
The Simpsons (Wii)
This is a game that will appeal a lot more to younger gamers and those of us who are die hard fans of the TV series.
Posted: 19.11.2007 08:10 by Govan Roberts | Comments: 0
In a complete turn of events, the developers who brought us the Grand Theft Auto series made a sports game. Not only a sports game, they made Table...
Posted: 06.11.2007 03:12 by James Pikover | Comments: 0
The Sims 2: Castaway (Wii)
Castaway finally manages to put a memorable slant on the repetitive franchise.
Posted: 04.11.2007 23:34 by Spanner | Comments: 0
The masterpiece of the Wii, Metroid Prime 3 Corruption is everything that could be asked for in a console devastating its opposition, yet selling...
Posted: 25.09.2007 03:14 by James Pikover | Comments: 0
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 08 (Wii)
There's more than one way to play golf, and Tiger's seen fit to include a great many variations on the theme.
Posted: 24.09.2007 05:28 by Spanner | Comments: 0
After a weight of content from EA about their all singing all dancing new franchise for the Wii, the rubber finally hits the road.
Posted: 12.09.2007 04:06 by Govan Roberts | Comments: 0
Mario Strikers Charged (Wii)
Our Italian hero and his friends and enemies battle out on the field of play this time, but their passion for dishing out pain remains.
Posted: 16.08.2007 10:22 by James Pikover | Comments: 0
The new features of the game are in no way able to make up for those left behind on its predecessor.
Posted: 02.08.2007 05:17 by James Pikover | Comments: 0
The story follows 6 years after the prior two games where Leon Kennedy, now a US secret agent, on a mission to save the president's daughter.
Posted: 01.08.2007 01:32 by James Pikover | Comments: 0
The Sims 2: Pets (Wii)
This is a great game to get if you are new to the series. If you have played the Sim before, the inclusion of Pets may well hook you in again.
Posted: 06.07.2007 06:08 by Govan Roberts | Comments: 0
The game may have been built around a great bit of physics, but the developers didn't stop there.
Posted: 18.06.2007 12:47 by Andy Robertson | Comments: 0
Super Paper Mario (Wii)
The first Mario for the Wii, Super Paper Mario takes the easy route towards gaming on the console.
Posted: 14.06.2007 12:58 by James Pikover | Comments: 0
Metal Slug Anthology (Wii)
The quality of the original games is still able to shine through the shoddy conversion.
Posted: 24.04.2007 23:46 by Andy Robertson | Comments: 0
Medal of Honor: Vanguard (Wii)
Overall the good points (controls, musical score and cover system) were enough to keep me coming back for more.
Posted: 23.04.2007 14:35 by Andy Robertson | Comments: 0
EA take another look at the series, add some controls and try to make you an offer that you can't refuse.
Posted: 21.04.2007 03:26 by Alistair Wallis | Comments: 0
Rampage: Total Destruction only proves one thing for the franchise; it's probably better off left in the past.
Posted: 06.03.2007 04:12 by Simon Priest | Comments: 0
You may be pleasantly surprised with this Wii incarnation, which incorporates some engaging use of the Wii remote.
Posted: 05.03.2007 03:01 by Mike Harradence | Comments: 0
After what seems like an age since Nintendo mastermind Shigeru Miyamoto stepped out on that stage at E3 2004 to reveal the follow up to Wind Waker,...
Posted: 28.12.2006 04:52 by Mike Harradence | Comments: 0
Red Steel (Wii)
Red Steel is perhaps universally recognised by most as the first Wii game to be shown off in any shape or form.
Posted: 28.12.2006 04:21 by Mike Harradence | Comments: 1
Wii Sports (Wii)
While the visuals may tend to indicate that Wii Sports is more of a tech demo than anything else... it's a load of fun to play, especially with...
Posted: 27.11.2006 06:37 by Peter Skerritt | Comments: 0