Summary: Hi, this is my review for Calling for wii. First off, turn the volume on your wii remote lower if there's others in the house scared of ghosts. This game just uses the wii remote as a flashlight and cell phone. The game is usually dark and you'll be looking for light sources a lot. Your flaslight dies too. The wii mote also acts as a cell phone and you'll be harrassed and warned by ghosts out to kill you. You'll be spending more time searching than fighting.
Summary: I bought this game for my gf since she loves scary movies. I told her I wanted her to play it with the lights out. So after playing for a little bit she told me it was to scary lol. So I decided to help her complete the game. Well lets just say she has had it for almost 2 years and still hasn't beaten it. This is because I try to get her to play it with me and she just refuses.
Summary: I ordered this game new. When it came, nothing was wrong with it, it was well packaged and no damage at all to the game or case. I was skeptical on buying the game because I've heard a lot of bad actual gamer reviews on the difficulty of controls and how it's boring. I disagree, the controls weren't hard to get used to at all and it was not boring either. Lots of good scares it was worth the money.
Summary: I got this for 10 bucks at Fry's. It's a good game, however, I wouldn't recommend buying it at 30 bucks. The story is told in several different perspective. Many people have said that the story is excellent, but it's okay for me. It's not very memorable. Once you finish the game, there is really very little replay value. Voice acting is a bit awkward (I personally didn't like it).
Summary: First of the good: -story is great, I loved it. It got pretty emotional at times and unless you have a heart of stone there is no way you won't feel for the main ghost antagonist, even as shes trying to kill you. Her story is pretty sad. -Graphics are ok, about what you'd expect from a wii game. Music was good enough to, it didnt annoy me, which is a big plus.