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Alright let's get this straight, I HATE THE Wii! The games are fun for parties but forget playing alone. Seriously, who plays Wii Sports alone? But that's not the point, the point is that Modern warfare:Reflex on the Wii was a big mistake. nintendo must of known that most teenagers don't really enjoy the Wii and decided, "Hey! Let's make MOD on the Wii for the teenagers!" I just laugh at this decision. If you really want to play MOD do it on the Xbox, not the Wii. Okay so the story in the game is like any other story in MOD games so not much originality. Most players of MOD also may hate the graphics of this game. They have the same feel, but the're almost bllured looking. And the real problem of this game comes down to the controls. It's got to be one of the hardest games to play on the Wii. The controls are delade and if you accidentally drop the Wii controler just a few inches the screen moves around like a kid with a seizure! The missions are preety easy and if your an expierenced MOD player this game will be a sinch for you to beat. So there you go! That's my review of one the worst marketing decisions for Nintendo.

  • Firstly, I hate the Wii more than you, and I despise Nintendo for every major decision they've made since they decided to use cartridges on the N64, (its the whole reason the Xbox 360 exists :D but more on that later)
    It may interest you to know that, while this game is among the highest rated Wii games by the Nintendo channel on the Wii (average score of 9.5 or higher), it sold over a million copies (1.2 million) by the end of its 20th week on the market. This is comparable to such titles as Monster Hunter Tri and Metroid Prime Corruption, Punch-Out. Almost 3 times as much as Red Steel 2, 10 times more than A Boy and His Blob and No More Heroes 2. If you are unfamiliar with Wii games, then compare to Bioshock 2 which sold around 1.3 million, or Mass Effect 2 (2 million).
    Let's also not forget that it is currently the most sophisticated and popular online FPS experience available to the Wii.
    So, no, this was not a bad move by Activision, or Nintendo. In fact, the sales numbers were impressive enough to warrant the addition of an extra team of of developers, at Treyarch, to focus only on improving the graphics, gameplay, etc. of CoD Black Ops specifically for the Wii.

    The numbers of sales of this game has also prompted Nintendo to begin developing a headset, and to rethink there (retarded) friendcode system. Both of these Nintendian developements are to create a more user-friendly online experience (and thereby increase the profit margin) for CoD Black Ops.