Calling in air strikes is another tactile delight thanks to the remote. Pressing left on the D-pad activates a glowing circle. Point this at your desired target and press B to rain down fiery death. From the visceral intimacy of its close-quarter combat to the cinematic assaults on enemy strongholds, WAW delivers an enjoyably meaty experience at a smooth frame rate. It's a little short though – clocking in at around the seven-hour mark – and the monotonously muddy palette of brown, green and grey is tiresome. But for the money this is the best war FPS on Wii.