Summary: Deadly Creatures may look and sound like a let down, don't be fooled, it's not. If you like Animals, or creepy-crawlies and Nintendo like i do, you will love deadly creatures. You start out as a turantula, alternate between it, and a scorpian in between stages. The turantula focuses more on agile hit and run moves, while the scorpian pummels opponents with his tail and claws. The detail in the graphics is phenomanal, and the landscapes are massive.
Summary: One of the first titles I got for my Wii, and what a pleasant surprise! Truthfully, I got it from the Bargain Bin, so expectations weren't very high. Still, a great introduction on what the Wii is capable of controller-wise, with some delicious finishing moves and action based on gestures and the IR pointer.
Summary: A fantastic third part title that needs support if like me you love the wii but are frustrated by the few 'adult' orientated games and fed up of all the mini games compilations filling the market (which are often poorly produced) this game is not poorly produced it has fantastic graphics (for the wii admittedly) and brilliant feel and atmosphere to it.
Summary: Alow and behold, my favourite game on Wii. (along with Raving Rabbids) The ultimate fighting game with insects at the plenty! Here, you take controll of a tarantula and a scorpion and fight to survive in a dog-eat-dog world (or would that be bug-eat-bug?) This game is Fantastic with a capital F, as you can see, with the best levels being seven, The forgotten, and nine, Displaced (definitely the best) where you can find yourself in an abandoned truck, landfill, sewer or...
Summary: Playing as a spider and a scorpion is a new experience. As an older gamer, I raised the difficulty from the very beginning up to "deadly" - and the game turned into one hell of a challenge. On "deadly" you really need more of the fighting moves, because the enemies are way more agressive and harder to beat. The visual style is awesome, and the score remembers me always to Schwarzeneggers best "Predator".
Conclusion: A very original concept of playing as a scorpion and spider, which may turn some arachnophobes off, has been extremely well executed. Seeing both the desert and human worlds (a gas station) from creepy crawlies perspectives is spectacular. The visuals are up there with the best on Wii, and the animation from all the insects is unrivaled in any game. Gameplay (which I believe makes or breaks a game) is solid, with both protagonists having different play styles.