Summary: This was a gift, but the kid said he loved it and was playing away when I saw him. It has been over 3 years now, so I don't know how the gun lasted - this was a violent boy. Anyway, no complaints.
Summary: We are adults (and an almost adult teen). We like cartoon shooting games for the Wii. The more ridiculous, the better. As much as we love "Chicken Riot", we figured shooting some aliens might be a good time. Yes, and no.... Its cute, and parts of the story line are funny. However, it drags ON AND ON, Game action is interrupted for story line banter, most of which is actually unnecessary to the story line: its jokes, such as the alien and his over-bearing wife having an...
A budget-title rail shooter that makes the best of what's its got.
Nickolas Guido, Amazon
6 May 2013
Summary: The game is actually a bit challenging. If you've had a internet connection or a watched cartoons once in your life the jokes shouldn't be anything new but they're still make the vibe of the game light-hearted making it easy to have fun and lose yourself in the gameplay.
Summary: First of all, I enjoyed this game. It's a straight forward "shoot the bad guys" game. You have to watch out for civilians, of course, but they are the definite minority so you can really enjoy blasting things. There are plenty of different weapons to try out and a good scattering of health items. It's paced fast enough to get your adrenaline pumping - until the cutscenes. Those REALLY suck. Oh, the first level explains things as you go, which is fine.
Summary: The game is Nice but transitions are very slow. The should have some way to reload, the gun is also very simple with no adjusts. Since is targeted for children it should be Nice if the offered a kids' mode.
Summary: This game is great, the story is hilarious,and I am addicted, the game play moves quick and I see new things every time I play a level, I would suggest this game to anyone that loves shooter games, I have made a few ranger levels now and I'm very happy with it , the price was right also