Conclusion: The original Elebits is one of the most enjoyable games on Wii, and Elebits: The Adventures of Kai and Zero is certainly no exception. The vibrant and childish graphics accompanied by the game’s simple difficulty may point to the game being suited for younger audiences.
Excerpt: The Nintendo Wii has become more and more a platform for different and original ideas, geared mainly towards gameplay (and leaving graphics concerns behind). Following Nintendo’s innovative philosophy, Konami delivers Elebits , a brand new IP exclusive on the Nintendo console, which stands as one of...
Excerpt: What makes a "kiddie game," exactly? Cute characters in colorful environments? Bloodless violence? RPG heroes who are always coming of age, yet never seem to get there? Gore and hookers don't make a game good, and neither does their absence.
Summary: Parents need to know that this fun puzzle game shows off some innovative gameplay possibilities of the Wii system. Kids can even create their own puzzles and share them over the Internet -- Common Sense Media recommends that parents supervise this part of the game for kids under age 12.
Excerpt: Product Description NINTENDO/KONAMI
Nintendo Wii Elebits
Model: wii elebits
Elebits thrusts players into a game of hide and go seek as they try to track down a group of mysterious creatures.
A revolutionary game of hide and seek!
Conclusion: Lengthly review for such a simple game, I know. There's a lot going on, though. That said, anyone who tries this game will instantly get drawn into it and express how cool it is. It's extremely addictive, and you'll find yourself throwing objects around after you've completed the level just for the...