Enlist the elite special forces unit in a new on-rail shooter for WiiWare.
Grab your Wii Remote or Wii Zapper and take out enemies in a single-player mode or use the additional firepower of your friend in a multi-player. Blaze through stages using your light-gun from the ground, Humvee or Blackhawk. Get additional points for smashing the environment. Rise in the military ranks and get more and more powerful weapons differing in features and controls.
You will need a quick trigger-finger to complete extremely dangerous levels and restore the balance of the terrorized region in the Middle East. Play to finish the game or just to improve your best score. Stay alert! The operations will begin soon.
Heavy Fire: Special Operations incorporates a setting rarely used in video games, namely that of the current conflict in the Middle East. However, the game shies away from the politics of it all to deliver a fairly standard light gun game. The premise is that the player is a...read full review
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