From the review:
"We’ve heard it all before. The misinformed comments about how the Wii isn’t a ‘hardcore’ console, how the Wii is forever collecting dust and isn’t worth anyone’s time. While once upon a time the comments levied at it may have had a semblance of truth, this time is long gone. Just look at No More Heroes 2 for instance, visceral and distinctly mature. The same can be said of the woefully underrated Dead Space: Extraction. Now we come to Monster Hunter Tri, a game that might not look vicious but hides an incredibly challenging and deep experience. It might be a bit of a slow burner but persevere through the first few hours and you’ll be pleasantly surprised. This is a title squarely aimed at the long term player rather than the casual newbie."