Electronic Theatre In-depth Review: Link's Crossbow Training

Nintendo's ethos for Wii appears to be about going back-to-the-drawing-board in more respects than had originally been suspected. Not only are Nintendo rewriting the rules on exactly what constitutes as a "gamer", development philosophy and marketing strategies, but also, they seem to like reissuing almost every gaming tradition as if it were the first. Perhaps this is an attempt to bring those players for which this may well be their first time playing tennis, boxing, flipping cards or shooting in a videogame up-to-speed, perhaps it's simply recognition of what Nintendo have already accomplished this generation. Whatever the reason, the highly-anticipated Wii Zapper peripheral has been no different.

With an RRP of £19.99, the Wii Zapper is a robust peripheral that, when combined with a Wii Remote and Nunchuk, create an accurate-enough representation of a gun. Several titles have already been released to utilise the peripheral – including SEGA's Arcade hits Ghost Squad and The House Of The Dead: 2 & 3 Return – and, bundled with the attachment, is Link's Crossbow Training...

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