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Call of Duty: Modern Warfare: Reflex - Nintendo Wii
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- Completely customizable control settings and full Wii Zapper support adds a new layer of depth to the visceral action of Modern Warfare.
- For the first time, play through the epic campaign of Modern Warfare co-op gameplay with a friend on a single screen. At any moment, a second Wii remote can be activated giving the second player their own aiming crosshairs.
- Contains unparalleled Wii multiplayer with full support for perks, challenges, kill streaks, and customizable classes. Jump on the Nintendo Wi-Fi connection to dominate opponents online in multiple game modes.
- Features immersive graphics and amazing special effects, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare: Reflex is the most visually impressive Wii game to date.
- Features an arsenal of more than 70 weapons and gear including assault rifles with laser sights, claymore mines, .50 caliber sniper rifles, and M-249 SAW machine guns, so you'll be locked and loaded to accomplish the mission.
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+++ An entertaining and enjoyable campaign mode
+++ Multi-player supports up to 10 players via Internet
+++ 13 different multi-player modes
+++ Addictive leveling and challenge goals in multi-player
+++ Customizable controls that rival those of The Conduit
+++ Possesses most of the features found in the original PS3/XBox/PC title
--- Extremely pixelated graphics and kind of ugly in many places. Not even remotely as pretty as the versions found on consoles.
--- Complete lack of voice chat, making team multi-player less enjoyable than it could have otherwise been.
--- Multi-player requires Friend Codes for private matches.
--- Framerate dips can affect precision of aiming
CAMPAIGN MODE: The campaign mode is a very story driven series of levels where you attempt to thwart terrorist attacks. All in all, the campaign mode is very solid and even includes the ability for a second player to pop in and act as a squad mate, shooting enemies and basically providing extra firepower. Squad-mate mode is a nice addition, but I don't find myself terribly excited about it. Thus far my only complaint about the campaign mode is that the first two levels are rather miserable, but the farther I get into the campaign mode, the more I find myself enjoying it. I would recommend the game for the campaign mode alone.
MULTI-PLAYER: This is probably where most people will spend most of their time.Read more ›
The Visual end of things is very good for a wii game, I would say better than the Conduit. Its not as pretty as the 360/PS3 version, but if that's your main concern, you shouldn't have bought a wii.
The controls can be customized many ways, so I think it would be hard to find something you didn't like, and in my opinion the wii remote is the best option for fps control on a console.
Sound wise, I don't have a sound system or anything like that but it sounds good to me.
The online multiplayer is the best of its kind on wii. I have encountered little lag so far and the gameplay has been fast and smooth. It takes the fun of World at War for the wii and builds on it.
The only negative things I could say about reflex is that there is no voice chat or spiltscreen multiplayer, neither of which bother me.
I would recommend this game to any fps/action game fan. If you were a fan of World at War for the wii you will love this.
The graphics look incredible, it's one of the sharpest Wii games out there. While the graphics are certainly not as sharp as those of the XBox360 or the PS3, they are very close.
The entire game in all its glory is there. All the modes, all the online functionality that made it the best FPS ever made are intact. And it's made much more enjoyable because of the controls. If you are used to dual analog then it may take some readjustments, but if you are used to the Wii Remote it's a piece of cake.
You're aiming the Remote just like a gun. It's simple, basic, and extremely satisfying.
This version will drive owners of the PS3 and XBox360 to anger. They will argue, "our graphics are obviously superior, so why are you wasting your time on this piece of junk?!"
Because playing games on the Wii uses more than just your mind and thumbs. It involves your body. Incorporating the body into videogames is what got it out of the realm of the nerd. The nerd only uses his head.
The body is where it's at. This version is much more than just a mind game. Feel it. Don't think it.
-Myself during the first long, hard week playing this game
I got hooked on first-person shooters with Golden Eye on the N64. Then it was the Xbox with Halo, and the first Call of Duty games. Sound like you? Yeah, I got really, really good at using dual sticks for hyper-speed and accuracy. In my circle of friends (before the rise of the crazy online -- where you fight against veritable FPS prodigies all day) I was pretty much unbeatable.
Then I got a Wii. I saw the potential of the Wii controller ... it could become whatever the game called for: lightsaber, sub-machine gun, Master Sword, steering wheel. Everybody who bought a Wii saw it's potential. The sad thing is ... there's been so much shovelware for the system, it's hard to remember that there are any games out there that do the system justice.
This is an explosive example of one of those games (with some reservations ... SEE UPDATE below).
As my first line suggests, this game is HARD to play, even if you're used to the Wii pointer. Do yourself a favor and DON'T try to play this game without a Zapper. I always thought the Zapper was just a silly piece of gimmicky plastic, but the controls on this game are so sensitive (and they have to be) that trying to use the remote without some support makes the game nearly impossible to play well. It's playable, but you'll be getting killed and muffing shots so often, it's torture.
I've played this game on PS3, and yeah, the graphics are absolutely beautiful and immersive there. And I ran through it so fast with the old dual sticks, it wasn't even a whole lot of fun. I slayed online.Read more ›
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Its says wifi connection but u dont really need it I play it with out wifi n I love this game a great gamePublished 4 months ago by Sarah
Great game but a little tiring on the WII-mote. Once you get into it, you really get into it. Upon completing the game, I immediately replayed it.Published 4 months ago by Michael A.