Archive for the ‘Wii Reviews’ Category
0 CommentsPosted by Terry on July 2, 2013 under Featured, Wii, Wii Reviews
Disney Princess My Fairytale adventure is a sweet game for little girls. You play as an apprentice to the Fairy Godmother. A spell has been cast over your favorite Disney princesses. You must Venture out and explore the worlds of Cinderella, Rapunzel, Ariel, Tiana and Belle. With your magic wand in hand you meet up with your favorite Disney Princesses and try and rid their worlds of this spell. Yo... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Staff on January 20, 2011 under Featured, Wii, Wii Reviews
It has been around 2 years since I have actually did a full workout that did not consist of jumping off the couch / chair in anger, or repeated button mashing. I was quite eager to test out EA Sports’ Active 2 and see what it was all about. I mean it shouldn’t be too overwhelming should it? WRONG! When I first opened the package I noticed a few little nice goodies in with it. It included a ... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Staff on January 17, 2011 under Featured, Wii Reviews
Do you remember those days sitting at home on a snow day, rocking it out on Golden Eye 007 for the Nintendo 64? I can honestly say I am not the only one who remembers these types of days. You would call over a few friends, blow into the game cartridge, and fire up a game of multiplayer. Problem was, you stuck it on Proximity Mines only, and one of your friends claimed your favorite character. ... more.
0 CommentsPosted by TreavorClark on January 17, 2011 under Featured, Wii Reviews
Do you remember those short cartoons back in the day? Some played before your movie or some played during commercials on Disney. Even Warner Brothers had them with the Looney Toons, they were timeless and carried over into my generation for a while there. What happened to them, where did they go and why are they pushed away for such bland cartoons nowadays, even though Mickey Mouse still very ... more.
2 CommentsPosted by Staff on January 14, 2011 under Featured, Wii Reviews
I do not think there is a gamer alive (above the age of 18) that has not heard of, or seen the name Tom Clancy. If you have not heard of him, then go to your local game store and browse around because eventually you will see the name across a few titles. One thing I have always known Tom Clancy for is of course Ghost Recon. In this installment of Ghost Recon the title comes to the Wii, and i... more.
2 CommentsPosted by Staff on January 12, 2011 under Featured, Wii, Wii Reviews
Oh man do I love to hunt. Oh man do I love to play hunting games. Oh man do I hate it when baboons attack me. Cabela’s Dangerous Hunts 2011 for the Wii is a overall good game. A different type of hunting game than I am use to, but that is a good thing. The hunting genre is plagued by less than boring games; while Activision makes it more exciting. In real life – what is that? – y... more.
3 CommentsPosted by Staff on January 4, 2011 under Featured, Wii Reviews
I will be rather honest with you all; I am an avid hunter. I have no issues sitting in the freezing weather, just to come up empty on bagging that killer deer with my bow or rifle. Only then will I actually bag that deer, but not in the way I want to; it is usually on my way back to the camp when it runs out in front of me and I hit it with the car. When I first heard of Mathews Bowhunting I wa... more.
2 CommentsPosted by TreavorClark on January 2, 2011 under Featured, Wii Reviews
I feel like I don’t need to explain how Back to the Future works in order to review this game. Of course if you don’t know about Back to the future, one: what’s wrong with you and two: why are you watching this review in the first place!? (Pause) Not long ago Telltale games had said that they were working on an episodic game for Jurassic Park and as a huge fan, I kind of freaked out but late... more.
0 CommentsPosted by Staff on December 12, 2010 under Featured, Wii Reviews
2 CommentsPosted by TreavorClark on December 11, 2010 under Featured, Wii Reviews
Just a heads up, TreavorClark has chosen to opt out of the rating system, he is old school.... more.