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Overall the game seems to be well structured with some free roam, such as exploring the school and talking to other pupils. However the missions are sometimes a bit hard to grasp, so the concept of trial and error is needed. Missions include lessons and random tasks such as helping homeless guys and escorting nerds to the toilet.
After hours of solid play I was still 4% on the game completion so this game is not a quick buy and complete game! Playing is also rather addictive and a game the most people will not get bored of in a hurry.
Well, compared to Pacman the graphics are great but compared to grand theft auto we are talking not as good. So basically not the best but because of the game's good structure you soon forget about the shoddy graphics quality.
When walking around the school you hear lots of pupils talking and making fun of each other, these catchphrases are somewhat entertaining but can sometimes get rather annoying. There are plenty of other things to listen to as well such as alarm bells, fireworks, and basically anything you can think of.
Overall, it is probably one of the best games on the market for the Nintendo Wii, if the graphics were improved it would definitely be A!
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