Summary: It's so awesome to see a quality Wii game! Personally, I consider the Wii to be Nintendo's weakest console (have not tried the Wii-U, though) and I was pretty shocked when I stumbled across this little gem. Unique concept, georgeous graphics, awesome music, and very challenging gameplay. Want something a little different? Give this one a shot!
Check your local bargain bin. Why it's there? Who knows.
26 August 2014
Summary: Quite frankly, I think this is an underrated gem, and while it certainly isn't exempt from common mistakes, its creative environments, trippy visuals, and Les Claypool soundtrack easily envelop and keep the player interested. The graphics are decent as for Wii standards, and the controls are simple. The various reviews I've seen of this game range from positive to negative, but I think it's all a matter of personal preference as far as Nintendo gaming is concerned.
I bought this for my grandson and although we've done ...
George Frank Karem, Amazon
16 August 2014
Summary: I bought this for my grandson and although we've done all the updates we can't get it to launch. I don't know how to return it. To get help from the website is almost impossible for a person like myself who really doesn't know anything about computer games.
Summary: This game would not work for me. I tried everything to get it to play. I ended up going to a local game store and buying it there. It wasn't worth the cost of shipping to send it back. If you get a game that actually works, then it is fun. It's a one player game tho. It says 2 player, but the 2nd person only gets to aim and shoot at things.
Fun(gus) that spreads a smile on the platform gamer's face.
THowerton "SHowT", Amazon
17 April 2014
Summary: "Mushroom Men: The Spore Wars" is primarily a platform questing game with a spirit that recalls Mario and such titles. Playing a mushroom man called Pax the gamer is taken through about ten levels wherein Pax, who naturally has a bug's eye view of the world, tries to collect meteor fragments that are responsible for giving he and his fellow 'shrooms (among other animals) a sentience.