Red Steel 2 is on store shelves right now, and the sequel to the Nintendo Wii launch title definitely aims for an improvement over Red Steel. But how much does the addition of Wii MotionPlus actually improve this first-person-sworder? Check out Tim Stevens' review.
"Red Steel 2 is definitely a big step forward when compared to the original. It’s not perfect, and you will find yourself rolling your eyes at the tedious training sessions, groaning while yet another door stands in your way, and wishing the game was just a little bit more responsive to your every move. However, there’s still plenty of fun to be had and the eight to ten hours you'll spend working your way through the campaign will deliver many smiles."
Read the rest of the review for a more in-depth look at this game.