Summary: This game is pretty interesting in that it uses the Wiimote in different ways... multiple gameplay scenarios occur. It's exciting and fun. If you've played games like Raw Danger and Disaster Report you know what kind of survival type game this is like.
Summary: I buy my game recently at Play-Asia and he comes well and fast, it's a excellent store, with excellent costumer service. Recomended for everyone, can buy without worry. Disaster Day of Crisis is a unique game that put your inside the action like no other disaster-themed game. It's indispensable for people that like disaster's/doom/end of world themed games, movies, etc. It's like a movie, but with you in the command of the action.
Summary: This game combines several different types of gameplay with the best storyline on a game ever! It is varied and the voices are fab, the idea of using the wii remote as a walkie-talkie and radio, the sound comes out of the speaker on the wii remote is great. Overall, I would recommend this game as it cheap second-hand and great, long game-play but not too complicated.
Summary: I prefer Wii games that involve a bit of activitiy, as that's sort of the point of having one, but I got this due to the graphics and because it sounded more interesting than a bog-standard FPS. It is entertaining for a while - you have to make your way through a post-disaster scenario, collected food and supplies and using them to help yourself and others out of sticky situations.
Summary: I'm a big fan of the third person genre & I only bought a Wii recently after discovering I could get some of my favourite 3rd person PS2 games for it - with updated graphics & better controls. I figured that if Resident Evil 4 (made for Wii in 2007) was even better than the PS2 original, then there would, by now, be a great deal of original Wii games to choose from that were at least of a similar standard...and they'd be CHEAP - which they usually are.
Mr. S. Waldron "Sammo, The Waldronator", amazon.co.uk
10 April 2012
Summary: I love natural disasters. And before you say I'm some sort of depraved death-crazed idiot... um, forgot where I was going with that. Anyway, due to my love of the forces of nature (not the film), I set my heart on picking this game up (as soon as I could find it for less than a tenner of course). I was not disappointed - the game is made up of three parts - third person adventure (most of the time); first person shooter (a lot of the time) and driving (a bit).