Excerpt: The traditional video game arcade has become rather difficult to come by in the UK, often the only option being the local bowling alley where the odd arcade cabinet can be found between air hockey tables, fruit machines and tuppenny pushers.
Excerpt: The best thing about Ghost Squad is that it's a lightgun shooter on the Wii that works. In the past few months we've had Link's Crossbow Training and Resident Evil: Umbrella Chronicles, but neither felt like true arcade games and they lacked the gratifying point and shoot immediacy of arcade...
Conclusion: THE VERDICT: Ghost Squad is fairly recent game, however it lives on past glories. There's not much game here compared to House of the Dead 2 & 3, but with 4 friends Ghost Squad provides hours of entertainment normally only available for a pound a time each in Alton Towers.
Conclusion: That really is all that you get for your money however, and as a full release it seems to be severely lacking in content, no matter how much the wave of nostalgia partially makes up for that fact.
Summary: SEGA is bringing 2005 arcade gun game Ghost Squad to the Wii, adding a number of new Wii-specific gameplay modes and using the Wiimote as a multi-purpose tool that allows players to easily control the targeting of on-screen enemies, defuse bombs, and rescue hostages.
Conclusion: Ghost Squad gives you a pretty good arcade light gun experience and at a price of $30 it's a pretty nice budget title in the US. Unfortunately the game is not a budget title in Europe - at a price of 50EUR I can't give my recommendation to this game.
Conclusion: While Sega-AM2 is best known for the Virtua Fighter, Daytona USA, and Shenmue series of games, all mega-hits in their own right, they also created a little game back in 1994 known as Virtua Cop.