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Smarty Pants (Wii)

Smarty Pants (Wii)
alaScore 67

12 reviews

Apr, 2014

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 12 reviews from magazines and websites. There are some negative comments about the gameplay.


We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo Wii Games the Smarty Pants (Wii) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 67/100 = Good quality.

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Smarty Pants (Wii) Review


A smart, fun, and family friendly trivia game has finally hit the desolate genre on the Wii. Interactive uses of the Wiimote, competitive and family modes, and a plethora of questions to plow through make this game a fun bet for groups of friends or...

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Smarty Pants


This mediocre family-friendly quiz game comes with a price point that's hardly trivial.

Lots of questions with difficulty scaled to age of players

Mini-games get old quickly; bland presentation

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And the end arrives. A great closure to the Prime trilogy.


And the final installment of the Prime series comes! Right at the introduction you see what's coming, an epic and totally worthy Metroid game, the music and the introduction itself are great, they bring a thrilling felling right at the start, new ...

Motion controls, great adventure

Some gameplay aspects are simpler due to limitations on the Wii's controller


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Not Out of this World but Far Out


This is the first time I have ever played any of the Metroid games so maybe I am just ignorant to the entertainment behind it. First up I have to say that it is a fun game. Anytime you get to play a game where you basically run and shoot it's gonna be ...

Great weapons, graphics, operational functions

Gets a bit too difficult to figure out game secrets sometimes

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Great game, but sometimes tedious.


Metroid Prime for Wii is overall a great game. I love the first-person view and the controls, especially for aiming and shooting. When I started playing this game for the first time, I thought "This is why the Wii is great!” If only more games were ...

Great use of Wii controls. Fun. Great items and upgrades. Challenging

Cut scenes too long, can't be skipped. Too much retracing your steps

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MP3 corruption: Samus run for the white house in 08.


I got Metroid Prime 3 about a month ago, since MP2: Echos left a bad taste in my mouth I was hesitant not to get to deep in this game fearing that I would bump into a part were I just got bored like echoes and quit. So I play a little bit every few...

good motion sensing, fixes what's wrong in prime 2

a bit on the easy side, needs a left handed version

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Finally a Game That Does the wii Justice


Let me start off by saying that I have owned a wii since a week after launch, and going on a year with the system on the market, I have yet to find and be impressed by a game utilizing the play control opportunities offered by the wiimote. I don't know...

Innovative new play control ; Enhanced graphics ; Adds new features to an old favorite

This is the last of the series

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Step Into the Suit


I am a huge Metroid fan. With the exception of Hunters on the DS, every game has been of impressive quality. And I still consider Metroid Prime to be the best video game ever made. The final installment of the "Prime" trilogy is no ...

Unbeatable control scheme, deep quest, awesome art direction

Enough with the hand holding! Lame voicework, no sense of isolation

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The Primest of the Primes


So I'm playing Metroid Prime 3, thoroughly enjoying myself, but not sure whether it was just a really good game or a great game, when I looked at the clock and realized it was two in the morning. It was at that moment that I had realized that I had...

New controls, great graphics, still feels like Metroid

Some of the new controls, loading times

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Prime'd and Ready


Originally slated as a launch title for the Wii console, Metroid Prime 3: Corruption has long been touted as the defining FPS for the console, with gaming news sites and magazines glowing over the short time they had to try the title in ...

Beautiful graphics and solid use of the Wii Remote

Shorter than previous games, lock-on system got irritating