Set on a dangerous campaign in a South American jungle in a continuation of the popular WiiWare game Heavy Fire: Special Ops.
As a special forces recruit you will take part in the operation to stop illegal arms trade. Heavy Fire brings players an arcade classic light-gun fun enhanced with stunning graphics and new exciting features. Destroy the biggest weapon cartel, Fuerza de Voluntad, influential all over the continent.
You can team up with your friend and experience an immersive co-op mode. Enjoy dynamic minute-to-minute game-play in various weather conditions and settings in the heart of a jungle. Smash objects and interact with them, perform quick time events and face your enemies with new more powerful weapons.
With plenty of weapon types and various vehicles like trucks, helicopters and boats at disposal, put an end to the expansion of the paramilitary organization!
Take full advantage of the Wii Remote and Nintendo's Wii Zapper peripheral as the stakes are higher than ever! Play to finish the game or just to improve your best score.
Normally when a liked game receives a sequel, it usually is something that fans of the original title can look forward to. The designers can improve upon their original ideas and add new ones to enhance the experience. Unfortunately, Heavy Fire: Black Arms is not one of those...read full review
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