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Opoona (Wii)

Opoona (Wii)
alaScore 83

37 reviews

Oct, 2015

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 37 reviews of Opoona (Wii). The average rating for this product is 3.1/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other Nintendo Wii Games for all reviews. People are impressed by the price. The story and action get critical opinions.


action, story

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo Wii Games the Opoona (Wii) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 83/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 37 reviews)

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Expert review by: John Tucker (



Some people saw that the latest Nintendo console would be called the Wii and thought "wow - that may be one of the worst product names I've seen in a long time." Other people, however, saw that name and thought "I bet I could do worse." From the minds...

Opoona is yet another example of a game where very little is actually broken, but very little is noticeably good, either. A good walkthrough or two could make it worth renting, but is a mediocre game like this really worth that amount of effort?...

May, 2008

Expert review by: John Curry (

Opoona (Wii) Review


The perfect example of how you can completely miss your goal and destroy any future success at the same time.

May, 2008

Expert review by: Jesse_Costantino (

Opoona review for the WII


Like playing with balls? This game's got balls aplenty.

One of the few RPGs on Wii; Can be cute; Aims for simplicity and innovation

Unusual combat mechanics; ...if you think "balls" are cute.; ...but often achieves triteness and frustration.; Obtuse translation; Inept camera

C- + One of the few RPGs on Wii +/- Unusual combat mechanics + Can be cute - ...if you think "balls" are cute. + Aims for simplicity and innovation - ...but often achieves triteness and frustration. - Obtuse translation - Inept camera Reviews by other...

May, 2008

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Opoona (Wii)


Mania Review for Wii Game Opoona

Apr, 2008

Expert review by: Phil Theobald (



Koei gathers some RPG pros to bring an adorable new adventure to the Wii.

Unique and fun combat system; great design and music; it's challenging

Bureaucratic backtracking is a pain; static camera during dungeons; domes can be tough to navigate

Apr, 2008

Expert review by: Jonathan Holmes (

Destructoid Opoona


On March 25th, 2008, Square-Enix's Final Fantasy VII: Crisis Core and Koei's Opoona were released to the retail market, competing for the limited budgets (and attention spans) of the ...

Apr, 2008

Expert review by: Michael Grimm (



Prove your parents wrong and finally get a job in this simple outer space RPG

Cute, stylish graphics and ear pleasing music ; Loads of side content ; Interesting combat system

Uninteresting, paper thin plot ; Arbitrary, repetitive license and job system ; Wasting time navigating poorly designed maps

Give credit to Opoona for trying to wedge a lot of new ideas into its paper thin premise, but the half baked ‘lifestyle’ elements can’t hide the fact that it's a very simplistic and ultimately uninteresting RPG.

Mar, 2008

Expert review by: Eric (



Lately the Wii has been trying real hard to pump out some original games. A good amount of these titles end up becoming mini games that cost way too much while others go that extra mile. Opoona is one of those games that takes that extra step, but not...

Is Opoona the next big RPG on the market today? No, but it does offer enough for Wii owners to take notice. The game looks pretty good for a childish game. Opoona controls great and battles are a real blast. Most of the games problems really occur in...

Expert review by: Scott Alan Marriott (



The first Wii release to exclusively use the Nunchuk for controls, Opoona is a role-playing game featuring whimsical, bulbous characters and a cartoon-like art style. Young Opoona and his family are separated after their spaceship crashes on Planet Landro

Expert review by: Rudy Lavaux (



When speaking of ArtePiazza, the developer behind Opoona, immediately Dragon Quest springs to mind. Indeed, the studio responsible for Dragon Quest VII, as well as loads of Dragon Quest remakes for the past 15 years, has been a force to be reckoned...

Jan, 2012