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Heavy Fire: Afghanistan Wii

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3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)

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Platform: Nintendo Wii
Edition: Standard
  • 24 missions featuring Exclusive Multi-Path Cover System ? take cover where YOU want!
  • Fight on foot. Fight by tank, assault vehicle, and helicopter.
  • Exclusive levels and weapons for the PS3 and Xbox360 versions.
  • 1-4 players, cooperative and versus modes, Online Leaderboards.
  • Experience gut-wrenching, fast-paced action set in modern-day Afghanistan
  • Engage in fierce ground combat as you get up close and personal with the enemy
  • Fly in helicopters, ride in tanks and drive trucks as you comb the mountains for signs of the enemy
  • Secure the streets of a local town
  • Track down the enemy in dense forests and rescue hostages from dark caves

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Product Details

Platform: Nintendo Wii | Edition: Standard
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B004L5SJ5I
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches ; 3.5 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: November 11, 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,175 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

Product Description

Platform: Nintendo Wii | Edition: Standard

Product Description

Stay sharp in this blisteringly fast-paced modern day shooter. Protect your team as you move from cover to cover, eliminating threats as they appear! Fight on foot or in a variety of vehicles including tanks, helicopters, and APCs. Utilize weapons ranging from handguns to mounted cannons and grenades to stay alive, keep fighting, and complete your mission.

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You're stationed in an unstable land far from home. You've battled through some of the most intense combat situations known to man — and it ain't over yet. Afghanistan is teeming with insurgents, and every day brings on new challenges. Today, it's up to you and your men to bring down the enemy. The intelligence reports tell you that enemy forces have been plotting their next move from a shack hidden deep within the forest on a secluded mountainside. You're going to surprise them in their own territory — and you're bringing Heavy Fire.

Heavy Fire Afghanistan
Experience gut-wrenching action
Experience gut-wrenching action
Visually stunning graphics
Visually stunning graphics
Secure the streets
Secure the streets

Synopsis

Heavy Fire: Afghanistan propels you into the gut-wrenching, fast-paced action of modern-day Afghanistan. Hunt down the enemy and secure the area as you scour thick forests, mountains and bustling towns. Take the enemies on their own territory and rescue hostages from caves. Use your skills as a soldier as you fly in helicopters, ride in tanks, drive trucks and cover the ground on foot across 24 suspenseful missions. Gather your team and play in co-op modes with friends, or face off against them in versus mode. The enemy's firing relentlessly at you. Take cover, gather yourself, grab the biggest gun you can find and take out the enemy with Heavy Fire.



Key Features:

  • Experience gut-wrenching, fast-paced action set in modern-day Afghanistan
  • Track down the enemy in dense forests and rescue hostages from dark caves
  • Fly in helicopters, ride in tanks and drive trucks as you comb the mountains for signs of the enemy
  • Secure the streets of a local town
  • Engage in fierce ground combat as you get up close and personal with the enemy
  • Complete 24 heart-pounding missions on foot, in the air or in armored vehicles
  • Take on the enemy with friends in co-op mode, or shoot it out against each other in versus mode
  • Go online to take a look at the leaderboard

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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Fast action shooting the Afghan bad guys. November 27, 2011
Platform for Display:Nintendo Wii| Edition:Standard|Verified Purchase
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
I just got this game a week before Thanksgiving and played it over 3 nights. I'm trying to get this out as soon as possible for anyone thinking about this game for Xmas. I was hoping for a Wii war game something like "Brothers In Arms: Double Time" (which is my favorite Wii War Game) but this game lacks in several areas. There's not much thinking to do. No strategy, just keep moving and shooting. It is a very fast paced game though and there is never a dull moment. The object is to get points so at the end of two battles you get promoted according to your score. There are two parts to play- Rookie and Veteran. Finish the Rookie game all the way through (about 10 battles) and you go through the same courses as a "Veteran". Why the creators didn't make new battle schemes for the Veteran version doesn't make sense but by now you'll know what to expect. I didn't notice anything different between the two flavors.

The Pros are: Lots of non-stop action. You're always moving forward and it seems that all the enemies have their sights only on you. They're everywhere. The Graphics are pretty good. Not great, but good. There isn't any profanity like the big boy games (Brother in Arms, Call to Duty and Metal of Honor) and there's no blood and guts splattered all over the place. If you want a fairly mild shoot-em-up game for the teenagers then this would be a good starter.

The Cons: The instructions suck! Control explanations are very generic. The worst Remote Control feature is the use of the number "1" button to activate the Grenade, Missiles and Tank Gun. It should have been located on the minus (-) button, which isn't reserved for anything.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars cool January 13, 2013
Platform for Display:Nintendo Wii| Edition:Standard|Verified Purchase
damn good game for 2 players or 1 it's almost like playing a hunting game however it is fun also
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9 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The boys/men love it! November 29, 2011
Platform for Display:Nintendo Wii| Edition:Standard|Verified Purchase
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
A good friend recommended this, and site unseen I sent it to my brother-in-law and nephew.

Huge hit, though mom wanted it for the record that theirs is a loving home with kids who understand that fantasy violence is different than real violence.

So now that we have THAT out of the way...

...the 9 year old boy LOVED it, and said it's the best WII game he's ever played. "It's totally realistic." When asked his favorite part, he said when he shot that guy in the eye. His dad reports that the boy, "... likes it even more than his Xbox Halo game."

Yeah. So I'm quoting my brother in law. So shoot me. (but using fake bullets, puleaze)

The big kid, at age 43, is a true fan: loves the graphics, and the fast action.

I suspect the 6 year old girl will have time with it too, and look forward to being killed by her around the holidays.

km
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Check your fire! Check your fire! February 10, 2012
Platform for Display:Nintendo Wii| Edition:Standard|Verified Purchase
Fun: 3.0 out of 5 stars   
Heavy Fire: Afghanistan is pretty good, but it's nothing special, really. This 20 dollar game is certainly better than the two 5 dollar Wiiware games that preceded it, although it's definitely not four times better as you might expect.

What I like most about the Heavy Fire series is that these games are simple enough that almost anyone can play them. You just point your Wiimote at the screen, press B to fire, and shake the remote or tap A to reload. That's all you need to know to win at these games. I have some family members who really enjoy Heavy Fire because it's an army game that's easier than Call of Duty. If you have some friends or family members that sound like that, you could probably get some good use out of this game.

The graphics in this Wii version range from awful to pretty decent. The opening level (particularly the mountain) is the worst of the worst, but some of the later levels don't look so bad. The music is good, and some of it even verges on being catchy. There are several grammatical errors in the storytelling, but Engrish and Nintendo go hand in hand, right?

Despite what the packaging says, there are twelve levels that you can play on two different difficulties: Rookie and Veteran modes. As you might expect, Rookie is kind of a cakewalk. Although I haven't finished the Veteran campaign yet, I can safely say there's a lasting challenge here for perfectionists.

Given that the game itself is pretty ok (though it can get a little repetitive after about two hours of constant play), and that casual gamers can pick it up so easily, Heavy Fire: Afghanistan really does have a decent bit to offer. I'd recommend it to anyone who likes shooters on rails.
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars CRUDE, FRUSTRATING AND REPETITIVE August 24, 2012
Platform for Display:Nintendo Wii|Edition:Standard
Fun: 3.0 out of 5 stars   
This is the first "rail shooter" game that I have played and it will be the last. I found "HEAVY FIRE" to be a rather mindless exercise in continuous shooting. The only control you have over your marine is taking cover, shooting, reloading and throwing grenades. There is no way to save a place other than game directed milestones. I got through the first level without becoming too frustrated but had to give up after five days of being stuck on the second scenario of part 2. The controls are poorly thought out and not easy to use. After playing the Call of Duty, 007 and other first person shooters I am spoiled to more sophisticated action, better graphics, more realistic game objectives or story. This one goes back on the shelf with rather unpleasant memories. Save your money and time for better quality games.
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