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Disaster: Day Of Crisis (Wii) £7.85 delivered @ ShopTo

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Fantastic Wii game and a good price - elsewhere:- TheGameCollection £12.99 Zavvi £14.95 Coolshop £17.99 Tesco £28.97 Gameseek £34.96 Taking on the bad guys is one thing,…
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[mod] 6y, 3m agoFound 6 years, 3 months ago
Fantastic Wii game and a good price - elsewhere:-
TheGameCollection £12.99
Zavvi £14.95
Coolshop £17.99
Tesco £28.97
Gameseek £34.96

Taking on the bad guys is one thing, but facing off against the full force of nature is a whole new kind of challenge. In Disaster: Day of Crisis for Wii you'll have to tackle both as you guide former U.S. Marine Raymond Bryce through an action-packed mission where everything that can go wrong, does.

Disaster: Day of Crisis will have you driving, swimming, running and shooting your way through 23 tense stages as the environment around you is laid to ruin by volcanoes, earthquakes, floods, hurricanes and tsunamis. And if nature wasn't a force enough to be reckoned with, there's a shadowy terrorist cell, named SURGE, that must be stopped at all costs.

With a military background and experience in the International Rescue Team, Ray is as well equipped as any man can be for the drama that awaits him. It'll be up to you to guide him through the worst day of his life. You'll use the unique capabilities of the Wii Remote and Nunchuk to evade the forces of nature, disarm bombs and much more.

As you go, you'll have to keep an eye on Ray's health status - finding clear air to breathe if his lungs fill up with smoke or food to replenish his falling stamina. You'll also need to perform daring rescue operations to save citizens who might be trapped under rubble or in danger of drowning and even administer life-saving first aid.

With intense cinematics, a raft of unlockable content and relentless action, Disaster: Day of Crisis guarantees thrills and spills that would leave the bravest of action heroes quaking in their boots.

Guide former marine Ray as he tackles the terrorist cell SURGE and battles against the forces of nature

Use the Wii Remote and Nunchuk in a diverse range of ways to overcome your environment, rescue citizens and take out your enemies

Enjoy the movie-like storyline that unfolds
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#1
I played this a while ago, it's actually not a bad game especially considering what platform it's on.
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Spark
I played this a while ago, it's actually not a bad game especially considering what platform it's on.


Oh dear...
The Wii bashing on here is hilariously bad. I've been playing games since the Amiga days. I know what makes a good game and the Wii has plenty of quality experiences. In fact, I have more Wii games than I have 360. I'd consider my 360 my 'casual' console. I only play go-to games on it, like FIFA and CoD, whereas the Wii has a ton of great single player and multiplayer games - Zelda, Mario Galaxy 1 and 2, de Blob, MadWorld, Zack and Wiki, Dead Space Extraction, Okami, Metroid Prime Trilogy, GoldenEye, Super Smash Bros. Brawl, No More Heroes 1 and 2, Disaster, Red Steel 2, Muramasa, Battalion Wars 2, World of Goo, LostWinds, Metroid: Other M, Donkey Kong Country Returns, Resident Evil 4, Epic Mickey, Sonic Colors, Cave Story, Kirby's Epic Yarn, New Super Mario Bros., Mario Kart Wii, Sin and Punishment, Little King's Story, Punch Out, Monster Hunter 3 etc etc. and that's just off the top of my head.

Plus there's a whole load of great games on WiiWare, and a back catalogue of over 20 years of Nintendo games PLUS you can play your GameCube games on it. For £150. If you can't find enough to keep you entertained on the Wii, you're not looking hard enough.

Anyway, brilliant price.
#3
I'll go for that. Cheers Andy.
#4
Thanks :)
#5
boeoz
Spark
I played this a while ago, it's actually not a bad game especially considering what platform it's on.


Oh dear...
The Wii bashing on here is hilariously bad. I've been playing games since the Amiga days. I know what makes a good game and the Wii has plenty of quality experiences. In fact, I have more Wii games than I have 360. I'd consider my 360 my 'casual' console. I only play go-to games on it, like FIFA and CoD, whereas the Wii has a ton of great single player and multiplayer games - Zelda, Mario Galaxy 1 and 2, de Blob, MadWorld, Zack and Wiki, Dead Space Extraction, Okami, Metroid Prime Trilogy, GoldenEye, Super Smash Bros. Brawl, No More Heroes 1 and 2, Disaster, Red Steel 2, Muramasa, Battalion Wars 2, World of Goo, LostWinds, Metroid: Other M, Donkey Kong Country Returns, Resident Evil 4, Epic Mickey, Sonic Colors, Cave Story, Kirby's Epic Yarn, New Super Mario Bros., Mario Kart Wii, Sin and Punishment, Little King's Story, Punch Out, Monster Hunter 3 etc etc. and that's just off the top of my head.

Plus there's a whole load of great games on WiiWare, and a back catalogue of over 20 years of Nintendo games PLUS you can play your GameCube games on it. For £150. If you can't find enough to keep you entertained on the Wii, you're not looking hard enough.

Anyway, brilliant price.


spot on sir!

lots of wii gems that many haven't heard of too, they just can't seem to get past the graphical 'limitation'

their loss

anyway this is a cracking price

Edited By: marvmikey on Dec 09, 2010 00:35: .
1 Like #6
I agree - but to be fair to Spark I think he was referring to the technical limitations of the Wii (which are without doubt), and the fact that this game was another example of great gaming despite these limitations.
#7
Ordered. Thanks.
[mod]#8
Blimey; mine arrived this morning. That's some swift delivery.
#9
Good deal - ordered as prezzie for BIL :)
#10
Scooter's
I agree - but to be fair to Spark I think he was referring to the technical limitations of the Wii (which are without doubt), and the fact that this game was another example of great gaming despite these limitations.

That is actually what I meant but I don't blame these guys for thinking otherwise.
#11
Spark
Scooter's
I agree - but to be fair to Spark I think he was referring to the technical limitations of the Wii (which are without doubt), and the fact that this game was another example of great gaming despite these limitations.


That is actually what I meant but I don't blame these guys for thinking otherwise.


My bad dude, just sick of the amount of unjustified 'hatred' towards a console. It's ridiculous.
#12
andywedge
Blimey; mine arrived this morning. That's some swift delivery.
That's ShopTo's slogan for you. Usually they've always stuck with it for me. It's impressive, and has made them my favourite online store for a while now.

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