Summary: We had this game before and it had gotten lost. It was fun for the whole family so searched and got a new one here on ebay. Been awhile since we played so it was a bit new again for us. Still loving it!
Summary: Fun little game to help you learn how to use the crossbow remote attachment. There are 9 levels, each level has 3 different rounds. Games are all different enough to keep your interest, while the goal is still the same (hit the target!) Wish this was longer, more like a regular game length. With a little practice, it takes almost no time to zip through the whole thing. Quick, fun game that doesn't take too much of an investment in terms of time.
Summary: I love this game! I truly bought this Wii game as I will soon be buying The Twilight Princess Game for the Wii. However, I soon realized two things about Link's Crossbow Training game. One: I really need more practice with this crossbow training, as I haven't been able to unlock any more levels. I have yet to play more than a few times so far. Two: I realize the problem is that I don't yet own a Wii zapper, only the pistol or gun to shoot with so far. I know, I know.
Summary: I like shooting gallery type games . this one is interesting for all ages. my whole family likes to play this game, because of the different levels of play and skill needed to score higher. i would recommend it to anyone that likes fast action shooting games that all ages can compete and have fun playing.
Summary: All told, I loved Link's Crossbow Adventure, but I'm a TLOZ fan. Probably works fine in simpler FPS games, and it's probably better suited to younger gamers with smaller hands (and wrists) than myself. Also would have like some checkering on the grips but that's me being picky.
Pros: Worth the $20 for the game it came with. Fits the standard remote and nunchuck perfectly. Works great if you don't need to use the nunchuck extensively.
Cons: Next to useless in games such as COD or Resident Evil. Does not fit after market nunchuck controller very well and there really isn't too much of a difference in size Pretty poor construction by Nintendo's standards. Personally, I thought the bloody thing was just awkward and uncomfortable to hold for any length of time (I do have fairly thick wrists though.).
Summary: Link's Crossbow Training is a very good looking light-gun game, but is marred by massive amounts of lag. This game has fantastic looking environments and well defined goals and enemies that make it seem like it should be a lot of fun to play. Unfortunately, it takes a bit for the targeting reticle to catch up to where the controller is actually pointing make the game play pretty poorly.
Summary: Awesome game for the shooter! Progressive stagging with goal oriented steps. Lots of unusual characters and props to shoot at with unusual backdrops the graphics are clean. With repeat firing which is necessary at times this game really has given me my monies worth and MORE! RATED at Good to Execellent if you can pick this up for $10 or less you got a Fantastic Deal!