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Very good price on Heatseeker for the Nintendo Wii from ShopTo.Net at just £19.99 [last few, more on the way]...

Heatseeker, the most explosive, destructive and exhilarating arcade aerial combat experience ever!

Designed to be an incredible lock-on/shake-off experience, Heatseeker reinvents missile combat to give gamers a massive rush of destruction. Set to feature an incredible collection of current and near-future military fighter jets, Heatseeker's arsenal includes the stealthy F-22 Raptor, the classic F-15 Eagle, the cutting-edge F35 Lightning II and the aerodynamically advanced Russian SU-47 Berkut.

Heatseeker is a joint development project between Codemasters and IR Gurus, the Australian studio behind the acclaimed historic air combat title, Heroes of the Pacific.
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i found this deal earlier as well and was about to list it but you beat me to it....... i told you the mods are too fast for there own good. :p

It seems like a great price...... it's actually £10 cheaper than the next lowest price retailer. :)
Is it worth 20 notes then? :)
It didn't seem to receive great reviews but they stated that it was fun. :)

To be honest, you could probably play it for a couple weeks and sell it on and probably recoup all your money back since it's a new game.
I had it, played it for half hour and got rid as i found the controls too fiddly plus it made me dizzy. lol.
Thanks Ray :)

I bought this game when first out with exchange vouchers...

My overview:

Controls: 4/10 Very fiddly and take some getting used to - but once you do its ok...

Dizzyness Factor: 7/10 - you do find yourself tilting your head a lot to figure out which direction your plane is flying - and it randomly turns itself upside down.

Addiction factor: 8/10 - Once you get to the later missions it becomes highly frustrating in a good way... you just HAVE to complete them. Just completed mission 3.2 and that took ages and was hard work - but the satisfaction at the end made it worthwhile!

For 20 notes (of which you can recoup it back in exchange at CEX or Gamestation if not happy) I would go for it! :) Just requires a lot of patience Im afraid.
as it's a plane game...do you have to hold the remote like a paper plane? :)
as it's a plane game...do you have to hold the remote like a paper plane? :)

Haha I like it! :thumbsup:
I've been playing it for the past few days. It is fun and I don't mind the controls until you loose the cursor off the side of the screen but I think that's due to me playing so close to the TV. Some of the missions may as well be "defeat the world while using your plane as a shield for the carrier, oh and all the targets are 12km away from each other" but I do have a smile on my face when my wingman tells me I have an enemy on my tail when it's an island :P

I'd say it's worth it if you like arcade-like fighter sims
Yeah if you like the old afterburner (arcade game) style - then it's pretty good fun, I only played it once & it's on the shelf now - I'm sure I'll dig it our again when I'm in the mood but I have too many other games which are better to be honest.


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