Wii Reviews

  • Review The Simpsons Game (Wii)

    The Simpsons make their début appearance on the Wii...

  • Review The Sims 2: Castaway (Wii)

    "Not another Sims game," Sammy screamed, "When will they ever learn?"

  • Review Ninjabread Man (Wii)

    Ninjabread Man brings some much needed platforming action to our Wii's, but is it any good?

  • Review FIFA 08 (Wii)

    The much-maligned FIFA franchise finally hits the Wii. Does this latest instalment do enough to step out of the shadow of the excellent Mario Strikers: Charged?

  • Review MySims (Wii)

    EA's astonishingly successful Sims series is given a lick of 'cute' paint. The result is MySims - but is it any good?

  • Review Boogie (Wii)

    It's time to grab the mic and shake your money-maker, because EA's Boogie is about to hit the dancefloor...

  • Review Madden NFL 08 (Wii)

    We Brits may see it as 'Rugby with padding' but American Football is as popular as ever and the latest Madden release from EA Sports is promising big things. Does it deliver?

  • Review Tamagotchi Party On! (Wii)

    Bandai's virtual pet franchise has now made the leap to the Wii and is attempting to steal Wario Ware's mini-game crown...has it succeeded?

  • Review Metroid Prime 3: Corruption (Wii)

    Samus' gunship finally lands on Wii, should you believe the hype? Are the controls as good as we hoped?

  • Review Transformers: The Game (Wii)

    Is there 'more than meets the eye' when it comes to Activision's latest movie tie-in, or does it replicate the slightly disappointing feel of the big-budget movie it's based on?

  • Review Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (Wii)

    The Boy Who Lived makes his debut on the Nintendo Wii. Has the shift to new hardware reinvigorated the young spell caster or will this movie tie-in share the same lamentable fate as previous instalments?

  • Review The Sims 2: Pets (Wii)

    Big Brother; noun. (1) an authoritarian leader and invader of privacy; (2) an older brother; (3) a dire commercial television series fuelling Channel 4 with ample funds to screen “Top 100” countdowns for the remaining ten months of the year when the show isn’t airing.

  • Review Mercury Meltdown Revolution (Wii)

    Bored of companies cashing in on the Wii craze by lazily tacking on motion sensing control? So are we. However, Ignition Banbury buck the trend in spectacular fashion by giving us a title that is so perfectly realized it’s hard to imagine it was ever available on any other machine.

  • Review Mario Strikers Charged (Wii)

    Mario and company return for another frantic season of arcade style football action. Leave your Pro Evolution tactics at the door because they won't work in this violent, weapon ridden excuse for a sport.

  • Review Medal of Honor: Vanguard (Wii)

    Surprisingly still playing it months later, we decided to revisit this war game to see what lessons can be learnt for furture first person shooters.

  • Review Super Swing Golf PANGYA (Wii)

    Super Swing Golf. A hole in one, or a double bogey?

  • Review Metal Slug Anthology (Wii)

    Wooden Snail. Concrete Spider. Papier Maché Butterfly. Metal Slug. One of these is the moniker of a near-legendary platform-action series that is celebrating a glorious decade in the spotlight. The others are nonsense names made up merely to justify this rather pointless opening paragraph. Can you guess which is which?

  • Review Need For Speed: Carbon (Wii)

    Need For Speed comes to the Wii, does it rush into pole position as the Wii's first real racer?

  • Review Super Paper Mario (Wii)

    Mario dusts off his cap and sets out on his first proper adventure on Wii.

  • Review SSX Blur (Wii)

    Snowboarding; Literally one of the coolest sports on the planet. Can EA transfer the experience onto the Wii?

  • Review Pinball Hall of Fame - The Gottlieb Collection (Wii)

    Wii's first Pinball title, does it actually contain anything unique or is it just another port?

  • Review The Godfather: Blackhand Edition (Wii)

    EA Take One Of The Most Renowned Movie Franchises And Turn It Into A Game. Success Or Failure? Read On...

  • Review Rayman Raving Rabbids (Wii)

    Rabbits With Plungers, What Else Is There To Say?