Regardless of whether or not this is aimed at the under-10 market, the game still fails to be anything but a Pokémon walkabout built around menial tasks.
The game’s not broken, just designed with a complete disregard for people with normal attention spans.
Even though this is a direct sequel, Nintendo has once again made Mario's planetoid adventures feel remarkably fresh and, somehow, even more entertaining than those in the original.
No More Heroes 2 is refreshingly different and full of cool characters and ideas. But the gameplay that underpins it all is, frankly, rubbish.
While Forgotten Sands has its fair share of problems, it's one of the best action adventure titles the console has seen.
Unique, hardcore and immensely satisfying, Sin and Punishment hits all the right weak spots. Go out and buy it.
For those that have been deliberating whether to jump on the Monster Hunter bandwagon, Tri is the perfect starting point - the most refined, accessible, and visually impressive title in the series.
Despite its flaws, Red Steel 2 is one of the best action games on the Wii. It doesn't quite nail perfect 1:1 motion controlled sword fighting, but it points in the right direction.
Despite a fundamentally flawed default control scheme and somewhat bland visuals, Innocent Aces remains a solid flight-sim.
If you've been looking for something genuinely engaging to play on your Wii, your search is at an end.