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Target: Terror (Wii)

Target: Terror (Wii)
alaScore 62

10 reviews

Jul, 2014

  • No negative mentions yet

alaTest has collected and analyzed 10 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the value for money, but there are some mixed opinions about the gameplay.

value for money

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo Wii Games the Target: Terror (Wii) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 62/100 = Good quality.

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Target: Terror (Wii)

 

Upon boot-up, Target: Terror appears to be a well-aged relic from the early '90s. Don't let the visual clues fool you, though. Despite an endless brigade of terrorists donning skintight leather pants and digitized graphics a notch below those of Lethal...

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Target Terror

 

In 2004 Target: Terror was released in arcades around the globe. A simple shooting game that for some reason Raw Thrills thought they should release

Target: Terror could be in the running for most pathetic game of the year and I think thats what the developers were shooting for. It lacks every aspect of what a game should be and is another game that you wonder how and why it was produced. You would...

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Target: Terror

 

Even worse than this game's style choices is the gameplay. It tries to mimic fellow arcade originals Police Training and Time Crisis by having you empty a round of bullets on enemies and then having to shoot off-screen to reload. Unfortunately, after...

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Target: Terror review for the WII

 

No wonder Rainbow Six headed for Vegas. Fighting terrorists is boring.

Almost bad enough to be good

Unfairly challenging; Nothing to do but point and shoot; Uglier than a titches wit; Less variety than a room full of CPAs

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Target: Terror

 

Target: Terrible.

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Target: Terror

 

2004 called - it wants you back

Seeing programmers have fun ; Laughing at fake terrorists ; Laughing at friends that bought it

Was out of date in 2004 ; Downright embarrassing graphics ; Laughter dies, yet game continues

And yet there’s a sense of humor in there that makes you think that maybe Dress Like a Terrorist Day wasn’t the worst day in those developers’ lives. In its own crude way, Target: Terror is rather charming, and while nobody could recommend the game...

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Target: Terror - Wii Reviews - The Armchair Empire

 

It has the feel of an old Midway arcade light gun game, with a series of pre-rendered backgrounds and composited, real-world actors popping up from behind barrels, spraying hot lead in your general direction of leaping up...

Merely okay as a (rented) two-player game

Stuttering framerates are a real cause for frustration; Mini-games that pop-up and pop-off without warning; It's four years old and hasn't been updated to any degree as far as I can tell

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Target: Terror

 

Target: Terror looks like it was a lot of fun to make, but that doesn't mean it was a lot of fun to play.

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weak

 

Cheap

The game sucked. Buy something better

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Sweeeeeeeeet!!!

 

If your looking for a great game at a great price, look elsewhere. If you want some good laughs in a retro type game, then I think it's definitely worth $20. Do some web searching on real reviews of this game- they're not very good. But the thing that...

graphix, gameplay, framerates, music, acting

graphix, gameplay, framerates, music, acting

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