This game is far underratted. It is very addictive, though it has little replay value. I'd say this is just below the "must play" line for wii owners. It's no fallout 3, but it's very immersive, even if the voice acting gets a little bit annoying. It's pretty easy, but is still surprisingly fun, considering the missions vary in objective (defence, bombing, torpedoeing, recon, etc.) This is a game that you might want to rent first though, seeing as it is only a campaign with a split screen multiplayer. It has no online compatability. The control scheme is great, but if you don't like it, there are some 10 ways to change it. There are also somewhere near 60 (noticably) different planes, and 3 campaigns as well as two other game modes, and 7 split-screen game modes, ranging from defending the USS New Jersey from Japanese kamakaziees to head to head matches to co-op dogfights with japanese fighters. Overall; good game, underrated, rent it first.
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