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  • Summary: Join an elite army unit in Heavy Fire: Special Operations, an arcade shooter for the WiiWare service. Play challenging missions in the Middle East from the ground, Humvee or Blackhawk. You will need a quick trigger finger to finish extremely dangerous levels. Rise through the military ranks and accumulate more powerful weapons with different features and controls. Replay the game to improve your best score and submit it to the world rankings. Make combos and smash the environment to get more points. You can take out enemies in a single-player mode or with a friend in multiplayer mode. The Wii Zapper accessory is supported but not required. Expand
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  1. A very limited on-rails shooter that just gets boring after you've played it for about 15 minutes or so. [Mar 2011, p.105]
  2. Not even the 500-Point price tag can justify a purchase of the mindless Heavy Fire, because for a whopping double that you can get a miles better retail game like Ghost Squad or House of the Dead: Overkill.
  3. Feb 14, 2011
    Pacifist AI? That's a first. And hopefully last. [Mar 2011, p.93]
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  1. Jan 2, 2014
    Heavy Fire: Special Operations was the first game I ever bought via the Wii Shop Channel, and now I just want my Wii Points back. I wasted 500 Wii Points on a boring shooter. Heavy Fire: Special Operations is the most generic shooter of all times, the game gets boring very quickly. There's nothing different between stages, they are just the same. Weapons aren't anything different, aside from ammo, so why have a different weapon if it can do the same thing as the other one? The graphics looks horrible, even for a WiiWare game, I mean, I have saw Nintendo 64 games with better graphics than this! If you have 500 Wii Points on your Wii, don't spend on this garbage. Expand