Submitted by meepmoopmeep 2198d ago | review

Gamebosh Review: G.I. Joe: The Rise Of Cobra (Wii)

Based on this summer's hottest action movie starring Tatum O'Neill as Duke and Rachel Nichols as Shana 'Scarlett' O'Hara (hubba hubba), G.I Joe gets a 21st Century make-over courtesy of The Mummy director Stephen Sommers. This is the video game based on the movie and is the first of its kind (okay, that was sarcasm).

Having had the pleasure (!) of playing Rise of Cobra on the Xbox 360, our hearts sank when the Wii version of the game arrived. Surely it'll be even worse, we thought. The strange thing is that the Wii is probably the best place for this old-school arcade game because Wii owners are used to poor graphics and simple game-play in their run n' gun games. It's a perfect fit. (G.I Joe: The Rise of Cobta, G.I. JOE The Rise of Cobra, G.I. JOE: The Rise of Cobra, G.I. Joe: The Rise of the Cobra, Wii) 50/100

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