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Nerf-N-Strike Bundle - Wii

Platform : Nintendo Wii

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  • The Search for the N-Strike Elite Begins
  • Bundled with every game, comes the revolutionary SWITCH SHOT EX-3 which transforms between a live Nerf blaster and a Wii remote shooting peripheral for the game
  • Play with over 25 NERF Blasters including the MAVERICK REV-6, VULCAN EBF-25, LONGSHOT CS-6, and many never seen before
  • Explore a top-secret NERF facility and unravel the mystery of the unknown threat that awaits
  • Go head to head with up to 4 players using additional Wii Remotes and SWITCH SHOT EX-3 blasters
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  • Platform:   Nintendo Wii
  • ESRB Rating: Everyone 10+
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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148 of 154 people found the following review helpful
Nerf a Blast, but for the kiddos! Nov. 3 2008
By Momslave - Published on
My boys, ages 5 and 6, desperately wanted this game. We have Nerf Wars at home all the time, and they were originally thinking you shot nerf darts at the tv as part of the game. We purchased the game, and they have played it for quite some time. As for the gameplay, there are boy friendly graphics and sounds. The voices that speak to you are futuristically robotic, but they do provide directions which is nice since the boys can't read them yet. You unlock Nerf weapons along the way as you score points. Each weapon shoots differently: think firing speed, power, and accuracy. There are a ton of guns to earn, and we don't have all of them yet. If you have problems passing one of the game levels, you can go back to choose a different weapon and try again. Maybe you need more firing power or better aim. There are portions where you have to shoot at only certain colored robots and miss the others, as well as a portion that resembles Boom Blox as you topple towers of blocks with your shots. Most of the time we play games as family. This one bored my husband and I pretty quickly, but the boys are still really enjoying it. I was hoping for a little more from it, especially after all the hype and coming from such a big name like Nerf. In conclusion, not a bad game, but not a house favorite.

UPDATE: Many people have commented the guns are now available for individual purchase. Yeah! Good to know. Thanks!
16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
5 year old and Daddy love it Dec 13 2008
By momof2 - Published on
We bought this for my son's 5th birthday. From the moment he opened this he was ready to play. B.O.B. the robot helper tells you everything from a brief gun description to what to do on each level, this really helps since my son cannot read just yet. My husband took over for a bit and had a blast. The gun adapter really adds to the fun and you just pull the trigger like you are really shooting, which is nice. We are going out tomorrow to pick up another gun so father and son can play together. This is a must for any boy.
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Great for Boys - 8 & 9 Dec 28 2008
By S. Klein - Published on
Received as a Christmas gift, the boys, 8 and 9, love the game. (we were able to purchase a separate gun for around $15 at Best Buy) As for Adults, not so much fun, definately a shooting gallery game, but as a mom, it's great on the non violence aspect. I think it is worth the money, the gun remote is a plus for the boys.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
not worth the money Dec 30 2008
By Liz - Published on
I bought this game for my 3 boys ages 6, 7 and 9. They play with nerf guns all the time and I thought they would really enjoy this game. I usually wouldn't dare shell out $60 for a game b/c they play outside most of the time anyway. The boys really enjoyed the game play...but only held them for about 45 minutes. I guess when I pay this much for a game, I expect them to be fighting over it (they all played single player first to get used to it before playing in multiplayer mode). They didn't fight over it at all..matter of fact they all just went and got their new nerf guns and had a nerf war instead. For the record, they all said they liked the game and it was fun, they just preferred a real nerf war instead. As a mom, I give it an A++ for non-violence since there is no bloodshed (they shoot at robots and boxes), just simply not worth the $60.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Shooting Fun! March 1 2009
By Peach - Published on
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The premise of this game is to go through different kinds of shooting games and beat the top score of your "competitor" to reach the next level. At each level you do the same thing again, except that it gets harder and harder, and the one new thing that happens is that you "unlock" new nerf weapons along the way.

On the whole, it's a lot of fun to shoot at the targets (which are all robots), and as far as shooting games are concerned, it's as family-oriented as it gets. You can play to increase your character level or play in competition against other players to see who can get a better score.

While my kids really like this game (as do I), it's the type of game where you play it a lot for a while, but then have put it down in favor of something else for a while. Then, once the repetitiveness doesn't have you turned off anymore, you're ready to play it non-stop again for several days or maybe weeks. In the long run, you never really get tired of it.

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