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Scarface: The World is Yours Wii Review
29 May 2010
Excerpt: I loved Scarface: The World is Yours when it was released on PS2 and Xbox, so much so that I decided on the lofty score of 9/10. As tradition goes, if a publisher released a popular game earlier, it finds its way to the Wii later on, complete with for better or for worse motion control.
Excerpt: A staple of rooms on MTV Cribs, the Scarface poster has been on PS2 and Xbox consoles for a while, but Sierra decided that it's surprisingly entertaining expanded world of Tony Montana would be a good fit for the Wii console.
Conclusion: Moving on, Scarface also comes with quality sound production. The voice work is well-done and the game's diverse soundtrack, complete with the movie's song line-up, livens the world's atmosphere quite nicely.
Summary: If you never got a chance to play the previous versions of this game, the Wii version is a great way to get back into Tony Montana’s world. The unique interface allows you to take control over Tony like never before.
Excerpt: The Wii is having a bit of a drought right now, there is no doubt about that. For the time being there are no real ‘must have’ titles available, and nothing that deserves unanimous praise is on the horizon either.
Excerpt: I’m Tony Montana! You f**k with me, you f**kin’ with the best! I’ll start with a confession: I’ve never seen the movie “Scarface”. Terrible I know, but it came out when I was two years old and (quite rightly) my parent’s didn’t think it appropriate for me to watch.
Pros: Good storyline and good use of the Wii Remote
Cons: Side missions are repetitive, doesn’t add an awful lot to the genre
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