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: 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.
Summary: this game is alright, i just got it, controls are kinda sloppy, but after you get used to it, the graphics are pretty cool, the ghost appear out of know where when you least expect it, set up alot like silent hill shattered memories on the wii. also this game is really cool to play through a MyVu personal media viewer.
Summary: Ive read reviews saying this is just like Ju-on the grudge for wii. They share alot of similarities, but execution doesnt fall flat on its face as is the case with Ju-on. The graphics are better, the scares arent so cheap, and it's nice to see the story through the eyes of different characters. I really enjoyed the Calling. I will say that for what it is I do wish the price was a little lower.
Summary: This game is absolutely amazing! but to pay almost 100+ dollars for it? i think not my friend. i payed $20 for this game @ GameStop. If you have never played this game before, you may want to keep a computer near by, because it is really easy to get lost and confused in this game. also fyi, never call a number you don't need to or you'll get a Game Over.
Summary: I am the kind of person who hates any kind of horror no matter what it is~! But, I needed a new Wii game and I was told that this game was really good, even though it was also very scary. But, I sometimes like to watch scary things just to give myself a good scare because...well, I'm weird like that~~ But, I enjoy playing this game a HUGE amount (even though someone needs to be in the house with me when I do~) This game is very good at making you jump!
Summary: Okay, so I got this game after googling 'scariest games on the wii'. It was rated #1 on both IGN and Gamespot, so I said to myself "hey why not" and brought it. It arrived within three to four days and when I started to play it, I realised that I was playing a somewhat underated J-horror game.
Summary: I'm a big fan of ghostly games, like Dark Fall: Lost Souls (PC DVD) and Project Zero 2: Crimson Butterfly (PS2) , so The Calling was a bit of a surprise treat. Controlling the action was easy, with a creative use of the Wii remote as a flashlight. This adds a huge amount of atmosphere, suggesting you really are exploring unknown and spooky places, late at night. Playing on your own can be a spooky affair, but invite others to join you for more fun.
Summary: Okay this review is my opinion so its what i thought of the game, the other review i would have to dissagree with, i thought the game was better than they thought. Okay so basically the game is, about this website called "the black page" its kind of like a messageboard. People are attracted to this website because 3 school girls who went on that site, died. So the opening is basically messages and you learn about the website.