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  • Summary: Enter the soot-stained boots of an everyday hero as a newly graduated Fire Academy cadet getting their start in a big city firehouse. Experience raging infernos and explosive environments in this unique first person action game. Use the firefighter's tools of the trade like the axe, hose and saw to rescue survivors and get the fires under control. Thinking fire technology delivers a cunning and dangerous enemy unlike any before. Work with a team of fellow firefighters to make sure everyone makes it out alive. Diverse scenarios test your skills, from a collapsing bridge to an engulfed shopping mall. [Conspiracy Entertainment] Expand
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  1. Positive: 5 out of 18
  2. Negative: 1 out of 18
  1. There are legions of kids out there that want to be firefighters and this game offers a little look into that career.
  2. This game is one of those, you will either really like it, or your really gonna hate it.
  3. Although it's unavoidable that some players won't be able to get past the graphics, those that do will be treated to an entertaining and worthwhile experience for a system that currently boasts the highest shovelware-to-keeper ratio I think I've ever seen.
  4. Real Heroes: Firefighter shows respect to the real life men and woman who risk their lives to help prevent the unstoppable force of unforgiving fire. The gameplay is surpassingly intense and packaged into a fun campaign as a rookie firefighter learning the ropes.
  5. I commend the developers for trying something new with the first-person viewpoint and for giving Wii owners a decent firefighting game. Unfortunately, it's not an exceptional one, and while this is a well-made game in a lot of ways, it is hurt by its very sterile look, poor graphics, and control issues.
  6. Real Heroes: Fighterfighter is unquestionably the finest fire-fighting game I've ever played, but that isn't saying much given how this isn't exactly a budding genre.
  7. Even for a budget title, Real Heroes: Firefighter is unpolished and sloppy. The experience picks up toward the end, but it's too little too late when you consider the monotonous trudge that leads you there.

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