Gamesradar writes: Ports. By the end of the year, you'll be able to fill a warehouse with Wii titles transplanted from other platforms. But if there's one kind of port you won't hear us bitching about, it's arcade light-gun shooters. For obvious reasons, they just work. And without pricey peripherals or a small fortune worth of quarters. Need an example: The ridiculous Ghost Squad on Wii = Good! The once cherished Time Crisis on PS3 = Ugh.
So, how could we have a problem with an arcade-perfect version of House of the Dead 2 and 3, with extra stuff throw in, for under $30? The functionality is perfect on the Wii, and even likely to be enhanced by a Wii Zapper. Or better still: Nyko's Perfect Shot. We mean no offense to Nintendo's Official fake gun, but the new reload system is a simple as flicking the remote off screen. You don't even need to fire, and for us, that's far better suited for this sleek, one-handed doohickey. And that's to say nothing of arcade authenticity.