Excerpt: NERF N-Strike comes packaged with a well made gun (for multiplayer and those without the game, it can also be purchased separately) to house your Wii remote in, just as you can do with the Wii Zapper and its cheaper knockoffs.
Summary: Nerf: N-Strike Elite features a classic rail shooter style of gameplay and equips players with a cache of fresh features. With the Wii Remote snapped into the Nerf Switch Shot EX-3 blaster and the red reveal lens engaged, players can detect enemy weak spots, solve puzzles and decode secret messages...
Conclusion: Overall, I really enjoyed the experience in NERF: N-Strike Elite. The game is fun while it lasts and the separate dart gun works well at pestering your friends, co-workers, significant others, pets, siblings, etc.
Excerpt: If only the entire world were made of Nerf, things would be so much safer and more awesome. Erratic childhood fantasies of the merits of Nerf as a building material aside, it’s fairly safe to say that Nerf engenders fond memories among most.
Excerpt: Brought to you by Hasbro and EA, this first-person shooter flips between several different formats to give the player some variation in gameplay. Taking on the role of Shane, you have been scouted by the NERF recruitment droid and your shooting skills appear to be just what they’re looking for.
Pros: Huge arsenal of weapons, Enter NERF product codes in game for hidden extras, Nice first-person shooter for younger gamers, Good variation in levels
Cons: Shooting speed seems slow, Too simple for older gamers, Multiplayer modes haven’t been expanded much, Not much replay value
Excerpt: Every so often a pair of products is simultaneously released onto the market independently, but sharing striking similarities. While House of the Dead: Overkill is a very cool and unashamedly adult “hardcore” rail shooter for the Wii, NERF N-Strik e is a very cool and unashamedly child-friendly...