There are the building blocks for a decent game here. However, there was no follow through.
Rock Spahr "Raghouse", Amazon
22 February 2011
Summary: I went on a whim and thought I might try something out of the bargain bin Wii games. I wanted to try something I have never heard of with hopes that I would find a hidden gem. I bought Ocean Commander because it looked like a fun 2D shooter from the back cover (the front cover is ugly as sin). A 2D shooter it is, however it is not so fun. Ocean Commander provides the requisite story of a future where mankind has adapted to living underwater in domed cities.
Summary: Despite is a colorful and entertaining game, there are other options that you can have in consideration before you buy Ocean Commander, take a look to other scroll games in the Wii that playasia offers.
Summary: My seven year-old loves this game. He only recently really began getting video game controls. After powering through Ghostbusters, which had a fairly simplistic control scheme, he's really enjoying Ocean Commander. I like it because it gives him an idea of the games I grew up with. The learning curve was easy, and he's now having a great time blasting ships and sharks and taking on level bosses. The game has bright, vivid colors.
Summary: Horizontal scrolling shooter that has you controlling your ship with the analogue stick while aiming & firing with the remote. Starts off very easy then picks up a bit in the latter half of the game. After every stage you can buy and upgrade weapons and the game saves your progress so you don't have to play through every stage in one go. Despite only displaying in 480i the game looks quite nice and there are some fairly cool looking bullet patterns during boss fights.