Summary: A Pretty good fighting game with many interesting characters and stages. It is a more strategic fighting game Compared to Street Fighter like games where you jump around randomly and mash buttons. Also it controls best with The classic controller, if you don't like the controls its your fault for playing a fighter with motion controls, you don't give Tatsunoko a low rating because it doesn't play well with the Wii Remote an Nunchuk do ya?
Summary: i love this game! I reccomend this game to the best gamers around! if you suck at gaming this game is the worst choice, buty if you are great at gaming ITS THE COOLEST GAME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! IT HAS A TON OF COOL ACTION JUST THE WAY I LIKE IT!
Summary: While it's beautifully rendered and pretty to look at, the gameplay mechanics are a bit disappointing. Movement is agonizingly slow, and there is a very small list of characters to choose from.
Summary: Not for everyone, and motion controls suck, classic controller recommended. Graphics are good, music is decent, story is what you'd expect from a fighting game. Very small character roster though, and some minor problems with things such as hit detection.
Summary: The "Pro" reviewers and "hardcore" gamers seem to love hating this Wii exclusive fighter but, chances are, casual gamers are going to love this. In a lot of ways it is a "pick up and play" kind of game. Although it supports the classic control, you will probably have more fun swinging your Wiimote and Nunchuch around and bashing your opposition than just pressing buttons. The game is as good for what it is missing as for what it includes.
Summary: This is a BLAST. It is nothing short of a boss on boss slug fest. I am a big fan of The Slayers anime, so I'm belting out DRAGON SLAVE!! every time the world blows up. That's about every dozen hits. Veteran gamers may want more, and when my brains are fully on line so do I. However, I first played this after moving my parents into their new condo.
Summary: Tournament of Legends for the Wii is an interesting fighting game, that calls to mind some of the cheesy fighting games from the 90's. You pick from 10 or so Legends, including a Minotaur, a Valkyrie, a Roman gladiator, Medusa, Bast, a Gear Robot Automaton thingie, a Stone Golem of Jupiter, a Demon from the far East, and some others. And you basically fight through a tournament in one-on-one battles.