Fun, even if it is about learning.
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When you start the head teacher will talk to you about the academy. He will also tell you about the new feature called the Remote Coach. This is cool because you actually hear voices through the Wii-mote.
The graphics within this section and following cutscenes like this aren't brilliant, but when you get into the tests and minigames they get a little better.
You will then have to enroll at the academy and create your own student record. The teacher will then talk to you again and ask you to take a test. Head into the hallway and into the solo corridor.
You should practice if you think you are going to get a low grade, but if you want to go straight into the test room you can. After the test your brain will be weighed depending on how well you did in the test. You will also get a grade depending on how you weighed in at.
Once there are more than one Mii enrolled at the academy, group games become available in which you can go against each other or work together and try to maintain a perfect streak. These are fun especially if you get a couple of mates round and split into teams.
Overall, this a good quality game that good supply hours of fun but it depends if this is your type of game. If you want a raw gory action game go out and buy Resident Evil, but this is a fun game for Wii gamers with families or if you throw parties often.
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