FlatOut Wii

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7.5

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  1. Nov 28, 2013
    2
    There's absolutely no reason for you to get this game, the gameplay is mediocre with imprecise controls and no story mode whatsoever. The graphics on the main screen look awful and in the game it's all blurry, and the fact that wii do not support HD this makes it horrible
  2. Jan 23, 2016
    0
    FlatOut for Wii looks and feels nothing like a FlatOut game (for those who have tried FlatOut on other platforms). If you've tried the PC versions, there is absolutely no resemblance here. The handling and the blurry low-detail graphics all combine to give the user an underwhelming experience. Bugbear Entertainment (the original developers of FlatOut) were not employed to create FlatOutFlatOut for Wii looks and feels nothing like a FlatOut game (for those who have tried FlatOut on other platforms). If you've tried the PC versions, there is absolutely no resemblance here. The handling and the blurry low-detail graphics all combine to give the user an underwhelming experience. Bugbear Entertainment (the original developers of FlatOut) were not employed to create FlatOut for the Wii. The game lives on here in name only. This is a travesty after all the excellence Bugbear have built up around the brand. FlatOut for Wii doesn't even compare well to 12+ year-old games on older consoles like the Playstation 2 and Gamecube. Absolute rubbish. Best avoided. Expand
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  1. Nintendo Gamer
    Mar 7, 2011
    20
    The awful FlatOut made us pine for ZX Spectrum paddles - its controls are that painfully imprecise. [Feb 2011, p.69]