Summary: Although I'm still not used to playing FPS games using Wii remotes, this game is actually enjoyable. The graphics look pretty bad with today's standards, but it matches my old TV... Geez I wish I could have an HDTV.
Summary: I actually had fun with this game. One of the better in the FPS realm for Wii. It was a little easy but there were quite a few missions. If you aren't a total gamer, just want to shoot enemy combatants give this one a try. Nothing extraordinary but plays like a FPS should play.
Summary: This game is very interesting and my wife also likes to watch my playing. She said that it looked like a movie. But at least two bugs in the game. one chapter, when I threw a grenade and the basket was blown down and blocked a teammate. Then the trigger point never appeared because the code needed that team member to do sth before opening the door for next step. Another bug is in the chapter when the player needs to drive a jeep according the map.
Summary: This game is a good game but not as good as the latter titles. The storyline is pretty good but not as good as Black Ops. The lack of online play is pretty stupid but Activision hadn't made a forray into Multi-player yet at time of the games release. The controlls are fun and easy but at some points in the game where it asks you to do something with the Nunchuck, they are not responsive or just not quick enough and sometimes you will die because of this.
Summary: This game is a "soft" version of World at War. That kinda means that it can be a little more appropriate for younger kids. I don't mean like 5 years old but maybe 7, 8, 9, or 10. Pretty good game for the time it was made AND THEN transferred on the wii.