Well, after reading Gamespot's review of the newest installment of the Splinter Cell series on wii, I honestly didn't expect much. Until I decided that I wanted to try it. First, the graphics, the are mediocre bearly better than ps2 version, but some lighting effects make the game look very nice although in the shadows the graphics suffer with a spectrum of colors ranging from red to gray. The music, and overall sound is probally the one of the best features of this game, the music is catchy and gets you pumped to get into a firefight or steathily sneaking past a guard, or hiding a body. The gameplay isn't really different from the past games but the new trust meter addition is a very nice touch to the gameplay forcing you to make decisions in a split second. Another nice touch to the trust meter is having different endings, offering limitless replay value. The last and most disputed thing, the controls, the are accualy pretty gimicky. I don't like controlling the camera with the wii mote, period. I also don't like the use of the nunchuck. Often times when you in a firefight and near some cover, and you tilt the nunchuck, Sam will put his back to the wall, leaving himself open, and then you need to mess around with the angle to get him off the wall, or he may ,which is annoying having to flick the nunchuck to jump. Other aspects like the aiming is a nice touch but thats about it. Overall, the game is solid mix of stealthy gameplay with interesting controls, I use the term loosely, and lots of replay value. The only thing missing is online play which made the 360 version a blockbuster.