Still, even with the short playing time, it's hard not to recommend Deadly Creatures. The level design is top notch, the animations of the various bugs are downright creepy and the combat is oddly satisfying. The game also hosts some interesting boss battles which take into account the fact that the bosses are usually much, much bigger than you, meaning that the best way to win is to simply survive.
It's a shame that the control and camera issues weigh the game down, and the unskippable cut scenes for the final boss make retrying that battle more annoying than it needs to be, but they shouldn't stop you from experiencing a fun and decidedly creepy action game on the Wii. Just make sure to play with the lights on, or at least with a can of Raid nearby. That tarantula has a mean jump.