Summary: This game is very fun, and it comes with a Nerf gun. What could be better? However, I have only one problem: the rating. E10? Please. It should be E. Yes, you shoot a gun, but 1. You shoot robots and 2. You are shooting foam. So, parents, do not be disuaded by the rating. This game should be appropriate for all ages.
Summary: Wow, the price has sky-rocketed since I bought this. I'm a Nerf-nut, but have no idea why the price is what it is. I bought it solely for the blaster. I wanted something more ergonomic to use with Ghost Squad & Umbrella Chronicles. It serves its purpose well. My one complaint is that the grip is sized for a child. I can still get my big mitts around it, but I had hoped it would be sized more like the Nerf Maverick which has a very comfortably sized and sculpted grip.
Summary: I had bought this game during Christmas 2009 as a gift. I am really impressed with the graphics and the overall nature of the game. I had completed all the 4 levels of this game. I initially did it without the Wii accessory (Wii Gun) for the wireless remote. The Game also provides freeplay as any of the characters. The only thing I really wanted in this game was multiple levels and different types of Nerf Blasters.
Summary: I bought this game for a room mate and we play the hect out of it. Its a blast and bielive it or not there is actually a replayability. You dont get all weapons at the start so you have to play the different levels to get other guns. Kinda addicting, esp. with 2 player modes. Buy it, have fun.
Summary: This is a great first-person shooter game for younger kids. Up to 4 kids can battle against various mechanical bots on a wide variety of missions. The guns they use are modeled after popular Nerf guns so young kids can really identify with it. I bought the combination package that included the game and one Nerf shooter which can hold a Wii mote [...]. I also bought a second Nerf shooter so 2 kids could play together.
Summary: I bought this for my 9 year old son as a reward for making good grades throughout the school year. His review is as follows: "This is a realy fun game. I think that everyone should play it except for people that don't like to be anxious.
Summary: The premise of this game is to go through different kinds of shooting games and beat the top score of your "competitor" to reach the next level. At each level you do the same thing again, except that it gets harder and harder, and the one new thing that happens is that you "unlock" new nerf weapons along the way. On the whole, it's a lot of fun to shoot at the targets (which are all robots), and as far as shooting games are concerned, it's as family-oriented as it gets.