Controls aside, there's only one other real difference between the 360 and Wii versions: the graphics. Both versions feature visuals that have been noticeably beefed up since the PS2 version, with dynamic lighting and shadows, but the Wii version looks decidedly last-gen. To be fair, the 360 version does, too - don't expect anything on the level of Grand Theft Auto IV, here - but it packs some slick, hi-def new textures and re-modeled faces that make it easier to ignore how everyone's fingers look strangely like rectangular sausages.
- Still a fantastic game overall
- Lots of new content, most of it fun
- Jimmy can kick almost anyone's ass
- Music class is mildly excruciating
- Wii controls add an extra layer of difficulty
- Unpleasantly photorealistic dissected-rat testes