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Elebits for (Wii)

Elebits for (Wii)
alaScore 66

10 reviews

Sep, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 10 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers really like the gameplay. Many are critical about the story.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo Wii Games the Elebits for (Wii) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 66/100 = Good quality.

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Elebits: - Gotta Zap 'Em All

 

Amongst the Nintendo Wii's launch (or near launch) games there wasn't a lot that interested me. In other words, there was Zelda, and that was about it. If it weren't for a little game from Konami called Elebits it might have been one of the worst...

Fun Gameplay, Unique Premise

Iffy Controls, Unimpressive Graphics and Sound

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elittle bit flat

 

This game offers brilliant colors and cute little creatures hiding around random rooms/levels of the game. The more you find and fling the more things become unlocked. Fun at first, but it gets redundant. I played this game four times before selling it...

Brilliant colors and fun creatures

It gets old really quick

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Elebits the game to ruin houses and fun all the way!

 

Like hide and go seek? Like hide and get the electric creatures that help you stare at the TV and gain weight? If you answer yes to both of these questions than get Elebits! This game has a kind of stupid storyline but you can have fun all the way! If...

Very addicting

Hard controls

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We love this game, mom included!

 

Can't go wrong with Elebits. With a family of 3 boys, it's sometimes hard to find a game everyone enjoys, but this one does it. I (mom), generally do not play video games with the boys, it's more of Dads "thing", but this one has me addicted. The...

Lots of colors, easy to play, changing levels, that become more challenging

Sometimes can be hard to maneuver through rooms, opening doors and such

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A pre schoolers first person shooter.

 

I rented Elebits a couple of days ago and I played through some of the game before I had to take it back, but enough to where I feel confident enough to review it. Elebits is basically a preschooler's first person shooter.

controlls work nice, unique ideas

gets repetive fast

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Ignore the poor packaging and pick it up now.

 

If it weren't for stumbling on the IGN game of the year reviews which gave Elebits extremely high marks, including best use of the Wiimote and action game of the year, this game would have been passed by me without a glance.

Interactive, engaging and unique gameplay. Shows full potential of the Wiimote and

Poor packaging and "lame" story line make this one easy to overlook

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very addictive

 

this game is simply amazing, i loved the physics and graphics engines used. the storyline is a little weird, it uses the wii remote very well. has plenty of levels, and if thats not enough it has a level editor as well, you can also send ingame photos...

replayability, level editor, originality

kiddy style graphics, but great for all ages

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It's Like A Giant Bug Hunt

 

They're like little dust balls, lice, or even mice (except they squeal like kittens) just running around loose all over the house, all over town- its anarchy. They're actually called Elebits though. They are little creatures that generate electricity,...

Fun, addicting, an all out great game

Some areas can get a little glitchy

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Elebits, The Hit That Should've Been

 

As the title suggests, Elebits didn't fair too well in terms of sales, and this is my attempt to get the word out on this one, because if you miss out on this game, you're missing out on a lot of fun. I can certainly understand a certain amount of...

Addictive gameplay, great physics, breaking stuff

Lame story, some control issues

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Elebits: It's Electric!

 

It's a funny thing about console launch titles. Most of the games that are released to coincide with the release of the console fall into one of several categories: The first-party system sellers, the blatant ports from other systems, and the...

Unique, addictive gameplay; good use of the Wii controller

Environments repeat too often, mediocre graphics and music, horrible voice acting