Excerpt: Shooters on the Wii are, unfortunately, few and far between. There have been a few good ones like the James Bond game which recently won Game of the Year for the platform, and other titles like a modified Call of Duty have eventually made their way to the Wii's shores.
Summary: I've spent the past week playing through the short, but inevitably sweet single player campaign of the sequel to one of the most talked about games last year. I then spent some time playing through its new multiplayer modes and having some fun online.
Excerpt: I haven't played my Nintendo Wii for quite some time now and all it really does these days is gather dust and ever so slightly increase my power bill as it's continuously on standby mode... waiting for some action.
Summary: Despite being unimpressed by much of Conduit 2 , I can’t say that there is anything technically bad about it. Diehard fans of the genre will no doubt be excited by a new entry, but most will find the game wanting.
Conclusion: The multiplayer options are pretty damn robust for a Wii game, with plenty of modes to try out. The silliest and greatest is by far the Mario Kart 64 -inspired Balloon Battle, which is one theft I will in no way complain about.
Excerpt: Whenever making a purchase, perceived value can never be understated and that’s why many consumers and critics alike have had issues with the Call of Duty Map Packs in the past. We’ll start off with the new Zombie offering – this map features an all-star cast of killers including Sarah Michelle...
Excerpt: Sega ’s Conduit 2 is the latest shooter outing on the Wii and sequel to 2008’s The Conduit . Once again you take control of Michael Ford, now self-employed harbinger of revenge, against the militant Trust organisation.