Summary: This game looks fine for a Wii game but still looks bad. It also seems unfinished due to still cut scenes and strange level completion screens. The controls are hard to get used to and are very inaccurate and jumpy. It makes it very hard to hit enemies because you just can't get the cursor right on them it always seems you aim just to the left or right of them. So they run around and you waste a lot of bullets chasing them and you die a lot as a result.
Summary: well...where shoule i start?? i think that the gameplay is not the best it is somewhat annoying and hard to use but that doesn't make it a bad game its still fun but tou gan beat in abot a day,maybe two the graphics are simply the wiis limited standerds so not much to say about that...the sound is very appealing and its really great,now it is a short gaME THAT YOU CAN BEAT WITHIN A DAY WITH NOT A WHOLE LOT OF REAPLAYABILLITY (caps sorry) so yeah..
Summary: I had fun with this for about 4 hours. After a while the game gets really tedious and boring. i cant count on 1 hand how many times i wanted to break it. The story line is pretty good but other then that HORRIBLE.
Summary: Keeping in mind that this was one of the first Wii games out I was pretty impressed. The controls take some time to get used to and they're touchy but if you can get past that it's a pretty fun game. It also tends to get repetitive but I thought for the price and the time when it came out that it was a pretty good buy.
Summary: Red Steel is a game that is playable but only if you have the patience to not throw the game disc in the trash. Overall I give it a 6 out of 10 because at times it can be enjoyable but the other 40 percent of the game is a miserable mess. The pros - 1. The game sounds good on surround sound. 2. The fire effects look great when the vehicles explode and it is also great to shoot the vehicles and have them explode. 3.A few environments look great.
Summary: Okay, where to start. SO the story is a little overplayed, your girlfriend's been kidnapped and you need to fight an army of thugs to retrieve her. A little overdone, but whatever. The controls are revolutionary, yes, but they still suck. I'm not saying guiding your character around is difficult, and the movement while shooting becomes fairly easy.
Summary: I rented this game cause I thought it's just reasonable to try it before I buy it. And I was right. This game was really interesting at first but I got bored two hours into play. It's repeatitive. I guess I'm not the shooting game type. Also it was weird how they didn't think of translating the Japanese dialogues into English. I speak Japanese so I understood what was going on but it just confused me cause this was supposed to be for North America release.
Summary: The controls will sink in and it'll become clear how great first person shooters will be on the Wii, but Red Steel has first generation game written all over it. This game wouldn't have half the bad rap it does if it weren't so hyped prior to launch, because nothing could live up to that. It's a decent but glitchy shooter that Ubisoft tried way to hard to stylize, and they should have spent more time ironing the bugs out and focusing on multiplayer.