Visit our Business Solutions website >>

Chronos Twins DX (Wii)

Chronos Twins DX (Wii)
alaScore 71

2 reviews

Sep, 2018

  • Negative

alaTest has collected and analyzed 2 reviews of Chronos Twins DX (Wii). The average rating for this product is 3.0/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other Nintendo Wii Games for all reviews. People are impressed by the gameplay. Many are less positive about the controls.



We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo Wii Games the Chronos Twins DX (Wii) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 71/100 = Good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 2 reviews)

Expert Reviews  

Review Ratings

  (no reviews)
  (50% of reviews)
Show all 4 star reviews
  (no reviews)
  (50% of reviews)
Show all 2 star reviews
  (no reviews)


  (Show all)
  (Show all)

Showing 2 review(s)

Expert Reviews User Reviews


Below is a list of reviews for this or similar products. If you think this grouping is wrong please click here to flag.
Read more on our FAQ’s page.
Showing 1 - 2 of 2 Show Reviews: in English

Expert review by : Mike Mason (

Chronos Twins DX


How would you feel if you were split in two so that you existed in two timelines simultaneously? Pertubed? A little distressed? Most of us would probably hide until it all went away. Nek, protagonist of Chronos Twins DX, refuses to get into a tizzy...

EnjoyUp has listened well to the criticism aimed at the original title and delivered an excellent follow-up in Chronos Twins DX. It's another great addition to the slowly re-growing 2D platformer market, but its dual timeline hook is what separates it...

May, 2010

Expert review by : Justin Arruda (ThrillerKnight) (

(WiiWare) Chronos Twins DX


Chronos Twins DX is a platform game where the hook is that you control your character in two time periods simultaneously. When I first learned this, I thought, “Why did it take so long for somebody to make a game like this? And why isn't it on the...

Unique gameplay mechanic helps separate it from other games ; Sense of triumph after competing tough sections

Dull graphic and art style ; Controls are a bit clunky ; No compelling reason to keep playing

Ask gamers what the ‘jump’ button is, and most will say the ‘A’ button. When developers like EnjoyUp assign jump to the ‘C’ and ‘Z’ buttons behind the nunchuk, it just feels off. Likewise, when you can't run and shoot at the same time, the gamer...

Feb, 2010