Heavy Fire: Special Operations Impressions (RunDLC)

The Wii already has several high quality light gun titles, so I wasn’t sure if Teyon's Heavy Fire: Special Operations would fit into my rotation. First, it was published by a company I had never heard of, and second, it costs 500 Wii Points, leading me to believe that a five dollar 3-D shooter was too good to be true. Well, after playing through the first two missions, I’m quite surprised. No, it won’t win any awards, but Heavy Fire seems like a fun way to pass some time, providing you can deal with brain dead enemies and muddy looking visuals.

John Artest (RunDLC)

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