Water Warfare Review


Water Warfare is a great game. First of all, when you start up the game, you get to create your own character, sort of like japanese characters. They don’t give you as much options to edit your character but it’s always a plus in this game. In the main menu you have Single Player, Multiplayer and Nintendo Wi-fi Connection Battle. Let’s start with Single player. In this mode is where you’ll head for starters. You have the Mission Mode which has about 40 missions. 6 of them are in a Training Room. The others are in the other stages. Then there’s the Match Mode which has the Battle Royal which has you square off against a certain amount of CPU players you choose and each player has two respawns. Then there’s the Death Match which is basically the first player to get the first ten “soaks” wins. There’s also the Capture the Treasure Chest which has your team to get the other team’s chest taken back to your base. The Assault has you basically capture the flag. Then there’s the Base which you need to catch flags and gain 100 points with it. Last but not least there’s the Point Rally which has you run through checkpoints.

The Two player mode has you playing against another player in your room, like a friend or something, playing the same modes as in the single player.

The most surprising and the coolest part in this game is the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection Mode which has you playing online against friends or random people. There are also Worldwide and National Rankings. There is no lag in this game.

There are about 12 weapons in this game, 8 levels, 4 small and 4 large. This game is a First person shooter type of game with water guns and It’s only 800 Wii Points.

Graphics: 7/10: Nothing very special but it gets the job done.

Gameplay: 10/10: The controls simply work well.

Sounds: 7.5/10: Again, it gets the job done.

Replay Value: 9.5/10: This game can get addictive as hell, and with the NWC Mode it lasts for some months.

Overall: 34/40:For 800 points, this game is a steal(sarcastic).


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