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. However, after doing a little bit of price pointing, I found that you could buy both copies of the Wii House of the Dead games as well as a NERF pistol and a NYKO Perfect Shot for the same price as this bundle.
Excerpt: NERF certainly has come a long way. From its origins as a football designed to protect uncoordinated kids trying to play catch from breaking their noses, it has evolved into an entire array of kid-safe toys including relatively safe and non-violent weaponry. NERF's evolution continues in N-Strike Elite which integrates NERF's real-world toy guns into a virtual world in which spunky tweens use the power of NERF weapons to stop a robot army.
Excerpt: Targeted at the younger set, this game is about as non-violent as a shooting game can get. One of the better Wii controller setups we have used. The game is a poor substitute for a real Nerf war.
Pros: Strangely enough, the Nerf Wii Controller breaks down to one of the most powerful real Nerf guns we have seen.
Cons: It is a target a shooting game that displays little innovation.
Summary: A metà strada tra un videogioco da Luna Park ed uno sparatutto "dal vivo", dedicato ai più piccoli utenti di Nintendo Wii che vogliono sfidare i propri amici anche su un vero campo di battaglia!