GN writes: "Way back in early 2007 I reviewed Red Steel, a launch title for the Wii that was the console's very first FPS. In addition to the shooting, it offered something entirely new-sword combat based on the Wii's motion controls. It was also the first Wii game to release screenshots; the very first look anyone got of what the Wii was capable of. Naturally, expectations for the game were so unrealistic by the time it launched that it could never hope to reach them. While the original Red Steel sold in excess of one million copies, it was critically panned."