Tom Clancy’s H.A.W.X. 2 (Wii)
Simulation 09 November 2010
Tom Clancy's H.A.W.X. 2 is the second installment of the aeronautical arcade game by the Romanian developer studio of Ubisoft. Players sit at the helm of modern fighters (including F-22, Su-27, Harrier and Eurofighetr) and take part in heavenly battles. The creators abandoned the realistic model of flight physics in favour of a dynamic and spectacular action.
Sid Meier's Pirates! (Wii)
Adventure 28 September 2010
Sid Meier’s pirates! is a new version of the classic from the 80s. Similarly to the original version, it is a mix of features of action games, adventure games and cRPGs. The game takes place during the age of the pirates in the Caribbean.
My Horse and Me 2 (Wii)
Sports 31 October 2008
A sequel to the sports-simulation game that focuses on horses and horsemanship. This time around, we assume the role of a teenager who dreams of a professional jockey career. In order to accomplish her goal, she arrives at the farm of her uncle’s, a racehorse breeder, but it quickly turns out that the facility goes through some financial difficulties and its personnel is not exactly qualified. The only way to save the stable from bankruptcy is to win a prestigious competition in Kentucky. My Horse and Me 2, much like its predecessor, focuses primarily on realism, offering an exclusive license of the FEI, a global equestrian sports organization. In the title, we take part in a number of varied mini-games that improve our horse’s skills. We also have to take care of the animal and even beautify it in order to please the demanding jury. One of the title’s advantages is the emphasis on creating a specific bond between the rider and his mount.
Super Smash Bros. Brawl (Wii)
Action 06 December 2007
A sequel to the unusual fighting game, Super Smash Bros., from 2001, which was one of the most popular productions released for the Nintendo GameCube console. The characteristic feature of the series is the fact that fighters are the most famous heroes from Nintendo’s games, with such characters as the plumber Mario, Link from The Legend of Zelda, pink Kirby and his eternal enemy Meta Knight, Pikachu, and even Solid Snake – main protagonist of the Metal Gear Solid series. The game stands out with a huge amount of comedy and is far from being a typical fighting game, employing many elements from platformer games. In Super Smash Bros. Brawl, battles take place on multilevel arenas, and numerous gadgets can help help you in achieving victory or complementing unique attacks and special moves of each fighter. A strong point of the game is its multiplayer mode for up to 4 players, which allows you to duel with people from all around the world.
Super Mario Galaxy (Wii)
Arcade 12 November 2007
The famous bearded plumber has already appeared in several dozen games, available for all possible Nintendo consoles. With the release of the new Wii land-based console, the father of the Mario series, Shigeru Miyamoto, surprised the players: he sent his hero into space!
The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess (Wii)
RPG 19 November 2006
The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess is another metroidery that belongs to the best-selling series that started in the 80s of the 20th century. The story takes place in the land of Hyrule, once again attacked by dark forces. A characteristic feature of this position is the ability to change Links, the main character of the game, into a wolf.
LEGO Batman: The Videogame (Wii)
Arcade 23 September 2008
Another production by Traveller's Tales, blending the world of the Danish bricks with the universe of Batman, known from comics and movies. As you play as the eponymous hero, accompanied by his sidekicks, your task is to fight the chaos unleashed upon the streets of Gotham by such villains as the Joker, Penguin, and Two-Face. The gameplay focuses on exploring the LEGO brick world, fighting enemies, and solving simple puzzles. You can play LEGO Batman: The Video game in a co-op mode with a friend; apart from Bruce Wayne's friends (such as Robin or Alfred), you can also choose from a range of villains, which also allows the players to fight each other. Regardless of platform (the game was released for PC Windows as well as stationary and portable consoles), the game features pleasant visuals.
Tomb Raider: Anniversary (Wii)
Action 13 November 2007
An official remake of the classic first installment in the acclaimed Tomb Raider series. It was created for the original game's tenth anniversary, having been released in 1996 both for PCs and the PlayStation consoles. Tomb Raider: Anniversary was developed by Crystal Dynamics (Tomb Raider: Legend) - a studio which took over the development of the franchise from its original creators - Core Design. The remake does not bring any differences to the original game's plot. The player assumes the role of Lara Croft - an archeologist hired by a powerful organization wishing to retrieve a mythical artifact. Although the remake includes the same weapons, enemies and locations, certain in-game environments were improved and slightly extended, for the remake utilizes a more powerful engine. The main difference between the remake and the original game lies in the visuals, remade from scratch, and modernized controls borrowed from the franchise's latest installments. The latter gives more opportunities to the protagonist and makes movement more flexible.
LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues (Wii)
Adventure 17 November 2009
A continuation of one of the entries in the LEGO series developed by Traveller’s Tales. The players once again assume the role of Indiana Jones, a famous archeologist/adventurer, and lead him through a number of events that took place in the original trilogy and the newest entry in the series – Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. In contrast to the previous installment, we’ve been given a number of new features and additional vehicles, while the titular hero had received a number of new animations and a more useful whip that allows him to pull his opponents in. The levels are now characterized by a high degree of interactivity, as we can use almost any item as a melee or a ranged weapon. As always, the players can switch between the available characters on the fly, or invite a friend to join our session. Aside from Story and Free Play modes, LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues offers an extensive level editor which can also be used to share our works with other players.
FIFA 15 (Wii)
Sports 23 September 2014
Another edition of a popular soccer game series, whose consecutive installments have been appearing yearly for over two decades, developed a Canadian giant and its subsidiary EA Sports. Traditionally, the game offers a full spectrum of single and multiplayer modes, including Be a Pro and the Tournaments returning after an absence in previous iterations. The new edition is more dynamic than its predecessor and brings about a wide array of changes, such as improved AI, new tactical options, and more freedom in the set pieces. Since FIFA 15 is the first game in the series released on the eight generation consoles and powered by the advanced Ignite engine, the most visible changes are related to the graphics. The ones standing out are remodeled players, accurately imitating profiles and faces of their real-life counterparts. Players react properly to the situation on the pitch, argue with the referee, or scuffle with opponents.
Fenimore Fillmore: The Westerner (Wii)
Adventure 06 September 2010
The next installment of the adventure game 3 Skulls of the Toltecs. Fenimore Fillmore. This time the title cowboy sets off to help poor farmers. Nice, stylized graphics and humorous action, makes this title interesting for every adventurous fan.
Red Steel 2 (Wii)
Action 23 March 2010
A first-person action game and a sequel to the 2006 game from Ubisoft. The story of Red Steel 2 is set in an unusual universe that combines a typical western setting with futuristic elements. The game once again lets us assume the role of a nameless gunslinger who also wields a deadly katana. There is a myriad of various missions to undertake, all of which are a part of the protagonist’s vendetta against the infamous Jackals gang. As we progress, the hero gains experience that allows him to develop his skills and enhance both his weapons and armor. The characteristic element of Red Steel 2 is its innovative control system that utilizes the capabilities of Wii Motion Plus. Thanks to it, not only do we have control over firearms, but also the katana with which we can perform precise strikes.
Scarface: The World is Yours (Wii)
Action 12 June 2007
A dynamic action game/TPP, directed decisively to older players, whose plot loosely refers to the 1983 film Scarface (Man with a Scarf), directed by Brian de Palma and with a great Al Pacino in the lead role.
Manhunt 2 (Wii)
Action 29 October 2007
Manhunt 2 is a sequel to a controversial action game released in 2003 by people from Rockstar Games. We play the role of a scientist named Daniel Lamb, who becomes a pupil of a psychopathic murderer.
Call of Duty: World at War (Wii)
Action 11 November 2008
A spectacular first-person shooter (FPS) set during the Second World War. The game was developed by Treyarch, Activision’s subsidiary. It’s three-chapter campaign spans across the years 1942-1945, being set on Southern Pacific and the Eastern front. We observe the events from the perspectives of three soldier (two Americans and one Russian), and we get to take part in such military operations as the defense of Stalingrad or the Battle of Okinawa. As usual in the Call of Duty series, the missions are heavily scripted to make the action seem more cinematic. Gameplay boils down to shooting sequences, in which we use a variety of historical weapons. In addition to a single player campaign the game also includes online multiplayer with new game modes: co-op and Nazi Zombie.
Rayman Origins (Wii)
Arcade 15 November 2011
A two-dimensional platform game, the gameplay of which references classic installments of the series. The story of the game takes place before the events told in the first installment of the series. The action of the game takes place in a fairytale realm called the Crossroads of Dream. When the world is threatened by an invasion of dark creatures called Hoodlums, the titular protagonist and his friends decide to save it. During the game the player will visit various fantasy realms, jump between numerous platforms (the action is shown from side perspective and the player can move in four directions), get past various traps, obtain new abilities and fight enemies encountered on the path. There is more than a dozen types of enemies, as well as much more powerful bosses. What's more, the game contains levels in which the protagonist mounts other creatures (for example a giant mosquito) and rides it through large areas. Cooperation mode is a novelty in the series – it allows the player to complete all levels while accompanied by up to three friends. The colorful, beautiful graphics generated by UbiArt Framework are a valuable asset to the game. Colorful locations are accompanied by neatly-animated characters and a catchy soundtrack.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 (Wii)
Action 12 July 2011
An adaptation of the extremely popular series of books about Harry Potter's adventures. This is the last adventure of the famous sorcerer, in which he faces a decisive confrontation with Voldemort. The authors put emphasis on dynamic battles, and the fun is additionally diversified by adventure elements.
GoldenEye 007 (Wii)
Action 02 November 2010
A remake of the classic first-person shooter, originally released in 1997 for Nintendo 64. The story is loosely based on the 1995's film of the same title, which tells the story of a prototype Russian satellite weapon capable of destroying the balance of power in the world. In search of it, James Bond visits various locations around the world, including some that were absent from the movie (Kyrgyzstan for example). In the story campaign, 007 not only has to deal with regular enemy soldiers, but also with eight classic villains, serving as the game's boss characters. In comparison to the original game, the protagonist has many more offensive skills (hand-to-hand combat was improved, Bond can perform sneak attacks for example) as well as an expanded set of moves (for instance, jumping over obstacles). The experience is complemented by a multiplayer mode and completely new visuals.
So Blonde: Back to the Island (Wii)
Adventure 26 March 2010
So Blonde is an adventure game released by Anaconda, for which the script was written by Steve Ince, the author of stories for such games as Broken Sword or Beneath a Steel Sky. This guarantees good fun, an interesting story and, above all, an extraordinary sense of humour.
Need for Speed: Nitro (Wii)
Racing 06 November 2009
The next installment of the famous Need for Speed series, this time focusing on more arcade fun. Lots of licensed top-of-the-line cars and a unique audiovisual setting.
Super Mario Galaxy 2 (Wii)
Arcade 23 May 2010
Super Mario Galaxy 2 is a sequel to the 3D platformer released in 2007. The title plumber and his faithful friend, Yoshi's green dinosaur, once again embark on an adventurous, cosmic journey, visiting many bizarre planets and performing various tasks. The title was produced by the Nintendo development team led by Shigeru Miyamoto.