Link returns from The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess to pick up the Wii Zapper and take aim at a host of targets in this shooting-gallery-style game. � Fast and fun! Anyone can pick up the Wii Zapper and become a master marksman in the quick-play shooting galleries of Link's Crossbow Training. Dozens of fast-paced stages offer a wide variety of game play, from shooting stationary targets to defending a supply wagon from onrushing hordes of enemies. Multiplayer modes let you and your friends share a Wii Zapper to shoot for the high score. � The perfect introduction! Link's Crossbow Training comes bundled with the Wii Zapper. After a few rounds of Link's Crossbow Training, players will be more than ready to pick up any of the future Wii Zapper titles, like Medal of Honor Heroes 2, Ghost Squad, and Resident Evil: The Umbrella Chronicles. Simple. Intuitive, Easy to use. The Wii Zapper gives you a unique way to play target style games on the Wii video game system. Designed to increase control and enhance game play, the Wii Zapper helps steady your hand and improve your aim on a range of action-style games. Just load your Wii Remote and Nunchuk into the Wii Zapper, and use the trigger to rapid-fire at all targets in your way.
Item is in great shape. Seller sent everything promptly. Look forward to many hours playing. Very happy with the game and zapper.Published 25 days ago by Diane Brookwell
Great shooting game for archery with multiple different skill levels. The levels are fun and interactive and you don't really want to stop -playing!Published 24 months ago by Jalise
Great little add on for Wii gamers. With Links Crossbow Training that comes with it the fun you have is greatPublished on Sept. 12 2010 by Eric Khambata
we love this game and the price!!! We've become addicted. Anyone who likes target practice and just plain shooting things,well this is for you!!!!Published on May 6 2010 by B. Cavener
La wii zapper augmente considérablement la qualité de jeu de combat tel COD WAW ou autres.... À se procurer!Published on Feb. 27 2009 by Nicolas Gagnon