WII Tuesday, September 25, 2007 | 7:37 PM

Images of Geometry Wars: Galaxies

Images of Geometry Wars: Galaxies

Geometry Wars: Galaxies for the Nintendo Wii, it is a ceaseless galactic game where the player must destroy swarms after swarms of enemies. The visual style is psychedelic with neon colors. Big hit with Xbox Live, this adapatation includes a full solo campaign and multiplayer. On an interesting note, Galaxies can serve as a download station for a Nintendo DS demo!


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Commented on 2007-09-26 09:43:08
Surely hasn't got the graphically vigor of its x360 counterpart, but looks good nontheless. And the gameplay is rock solid as we all know. This will hopefully become a great success on the Wii...
Commented on 2007-09-26 12:02:13
With the crispiness lost, it looses a lot of its visual appeal.
Maybe when in motion some of that appeal comes back.
Commented on 2007-09-26 17:32:56 In reply to BooMMooB
Posted by BooMMooB
Surely hasn't got the graphically vigor of its x360 counterpart, but looks good nontheless. And the gameplay is rock solid as we all know. This will hopefully become a great success on the Wii...
The 360 version has rock solid gameplay, everything I've heard previewing the Wii version says it's horrible. The controls use the nunchuk to move around (which isn't a problem), but the wiimote to aim, and it's slower to respond and basically impossible to really get used to. Unless they switch over to classic controller gameplay it will probably not be fixed. Also, the leaderboards are really one of the best features of the game, it's not a complex thing to do, but it'd be good if Nintendo puts up leaderboards so people have a reason to try to score higher...

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