Conclusion: Concept: Foil the plans of some hillbillies as a scorpion and tarantula while fighting your way through a desert environment (no, seriously!)
Graphics: The gameplay sequences and character models are nice, although the cutscenes are sometimes plagued by scan lines
Sound: The minimal synth soundtrack...
Conclusion: It's hard to pinpoint exactly just who Deadly Creatures is aimed at. It has received a teen rating, but it also has a lot of dark overtones. That said, it really is a game worth checking out should you be in the mood for something particularly grim.
Summary: A Bug's Life, this is not. Rather than give us cutesy versions of shiver-inducing arachnids, Deadly Creatures delivers a tarantula and scorpion that are just as fascinating (or revolting) as the real deal.
Excerpt: Unless you just can’t get enough of mini-game collections, lame licensed titles, neutered ports, and fitness “games” then your Wii library probably doesn’t stand more than 12 games tall. Don’t get me wrong, I love the Wii when it gets it right—
Excerpt: Name: Deadly Creatures Genre: Action, Adventure Platform: Nintendo Wii Without getting into another speech on the ratio of good to bad on the Nintendo Wii, it’s pretty well known that the system didn’t enjoy the abundance holiday releases of its competition.
Excerpt: Most people are familiar with the sports phrase “What happened, kid !?!? You could’ve been a contender!” That’s what I was thinking while playing through Rainbow Studios’ Deadly Creatures for Wii.