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.
Summary: The graphics are rich and detailed, but I found it easy to overlook enemies at times due to the richness. Also, the Wii remote did not respond as I expected, so many times I was stuck against a wall and trying to turn around to fight but dying instead.
Summary: I don't get why this game had to be bad, but it's hard to aim and if you don't point the remote at the screen, your aim just gets messed up. and the graphics are not that great either. while this game has swords in first person, this is evidence wii is not perfect for first person games
Doesn't hold up as well as other Wii launch titles
T. Skylar, Amazon
10 January 2011
Summary: Red Steel was one of the most popular launch games for the Nintendo Wii back in late 2006 largely due to Nintendo's advertising for the game. The game was one of the more mature titles (rated T for Teen) of the Wii launch games.
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..