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Exspect Rumble Light Gun (Wii)

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      04.06.2010 12:58
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      Stick with the Nyko Perfect Shot. This model is a bit too ostentatious and unnecessary.

      The Exspect Rumble Light Gun for the Wii is an amazing looking Light Gun for the Nintendo Wii that has an attachable Stock to it, to give the player the chance to choose between a pistol or machine gun \ zapper shooting experience. The stock easily attaches and fits comfortably on the shoulder, although it does not have the capacity to incorporate WiiMotion Plus, although very few rail shooters use it anyway.

      It's not too heavy, and it has ergonomic handles and excellent and simplistic access to the face buttons on the remote itself, which is always a good thing, and you really can look down the top sight to get an accurate handle on whatever you're shooting at. In terms of precision, it's very dependable indeed.

      It's aesthetically pleasing and holds well, as well as not taking up too much space in your cupboards or shelves, since it's detachable and fits easily back into the box. It's also very robust and won't break, and all you have to do is slide the Wii Remote into the gun slot at the top. There's also none of that threading nonsense and the nunchuk can fit right into the back with no fiddliness whatsoever, just like the Nyko Perfect Shot, which I still maintain is the superior model, and is cheaper too.

      It has a mild affinity for the Wii's rumble facility which it champions to no end in its title and packaging, but that still doesn't mean its any good. Rather, the rumble just detracts from the gameplay experience and becomes a little bit irksome and even physically uncomfortable after an hour or so of play.

      It's comfortable, accurate and reliable as well as looking and feeling authentic, visceral and cool, but at this point in time, there simply aren't enough Wii shooters around, (there's maybe 4 or 5 even worth playing - Ghost Squad, Umbrella Chronicles, Darkside Chonicles, HOTD 2, 3 and OVerkill) to justify buying such an ostentatious and unnecessary peripheral.

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