High Score Date
Excellent 8.2

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

Good 7.3

Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3 (Wii)

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

Poor 5.0

Asterix at the Olympic Games (Wii)

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

Good 7.5

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

Excellent 8.5

Zack & Wiki: Quest for Barbaros' Treasure (Wii)

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

Poor 4.0

Agatha Christie: And Then There Were None (Wii)

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

Poor 6.7

Need for Speed: ProStreet (Wii)

ProStreet is as radical change for the Need for Speed series.

Posted: 05.02.2008 11:03 by Rob Rymond | Comments: 2

Poor 6.2

Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games (Wii)

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

Poor 6.5

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

Superb! 9.0

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

Abysmal 2.7

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

Poor 5.8

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

Poor 6.5

Rockstar Games presents Table Tennis (Wii)

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

Poor 6.8

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

Superb! 9.7

Metroid Prime 3: Corruption (Wii)

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

Poor 6.5

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

Poor 6.0

Boogie (Wii)

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

Good 7.8

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

Poor 6.6

Big Brain Academy: Wii Degree (Wii)

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

Superb! 9.0

Resident Evil 4 Wii Edition (Wii)

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

Good 7.3

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

Good 7.8

Mercury Meltdown Revolution (Wii)

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

Excellent 8.2

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

Poor 5.7

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

Poor 5.0

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

Poor 6.8

The Godfather: Blackhand Edition (Wii)

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

Poor 5.0

Rampage: Total Destruction (Wii)

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

Good 7.0

Barnyard (Wii)

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

Good 7.8

Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess (Wii)

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

Poor 5.8

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

Excellent 8.2

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