Summary: I like the interesting modes and worlds in this game, unfortunately this game lacks due to graphic quality. This is NOT like the newer game for the XBOX 360, and since it is the WII, there really isn't HD worthy graphics. The gameplay is fun if you can get over that, but I swear it seems almost blurry at times!
Summary: Grab a friend and turn off all the lights because this game is awesome! Its very simple but a huge blast to play. If you remember Asteroid Blasters from the 90s that you could play on Windows, this is the same concept but with color and WAY MORE FUN!!!
Summary: Geometry wars has come a long way from being just a bonus game from project Gotham City 2. This is by far the best version consisting of tons of different game modes and challenges. If you love the old arcade style stick shooters then you will love this. The Wii motion controls work great and feel great. The game looks like a freaking neon massacre of awesomeness. However the constant visual feedback can be a little disorienting at times.
Summary: I bought this game on Wii because I has it on the Xbox 360, overall this game is great Wii does dumbdown the look a bit since it isn't in HD, I still would recommend the game alone to anyone who wants to play something challenging
Great arcade game with tons of gameplay for less than $10? No way.
Adol A., Amazon
13 August 2011
Summary: After purchasing the DS version for about 10 bucks I found out they made a Wii version of the same game. I picked it up for about $7 on Amazon, in nearly new condition. Its concept is the same way as the DS would, but you need a classic controller if you want the game to feel more suited/easier to control, just like the 360 version. Basically you're a shape, shooting down other shapes in several different levels, at least 50+.
Summary: Geometry Wars: Galaxies landed on the Wii in 2007 and is the sequel to the arcade title that set XBOX LIVE on fire with its fast, frantic and fun game play. It's an arcade shooter that is reminiscent of classic arcade shooters like Space Invaders, Galaga and Centipede. You start out in one planet and shoot enemies to achieve high scores. These high scores unlock various medals and other planets to itch your trigger finger further.