It's a high score game, and players can either tackle two fully fledged levels (five minute attack) or just the first one (two minute attack). You can die as many times as you like, but that's not going to help you fill your combo meter, is it? Afterwards, you can upload your score via Wi-Fi and then watch helplessly as your Wii physically heaves with laughter as your score is crushed by thousands of uber-gamers. The leaderboards are poorly arranged and needlessly awkward, meaning even high-score freaks are being short-changed on this one.
- Classic gameplay
- Pretty graphics
- Fierce competition
- Not enough game for the money
- Badly designed leaderboards
- Not unique amongst shooters 5/10