Destructoid has a small write up about their hands on with the game:
Remember the tank level in the 64 version of 007? It was a pretty badly designed and boring level. The new tank section in Eurocom’s version of the game is a gigantic blast though, mainly due to the fact that there’s a ton of action taking place on the screen. Enemies are coming at you from the ground and the air giving you something to shoot at throughout the entire level.
Along with the massive amount of enemies, buildings are getting bombed all around you in an attempt to stop Bond from giving chase to his target. It’s pretty impressive to see buildings crumble (for a Wii [...]
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The Wii version of the game will be split up into two modes, a classic mode which will play like a traditional NBA Jam experience, and a Remix Tour which will feature all new camera angles, power-ups, and boss battles. Players will be able to choose between Wii remote, Wii remote and Nunchuck, Classic Controller, and Classic Controller Pro control styles. The Gamecube controller will not be supported. Online play will not be supported.
At the end of the game players will have to battle NBA legends Larry Bird and Earvin “Magic” Johnson. The game also features more than 30 other legends including: Manute Bol, Clyde Drexler, Kevin McHale, Hakeem Olajuwon, [...]
In celebration of the recently launched title Ivy the Kiwi? from Sonic creator Yuji Naka and his game development studio, PROPE, XSEED Games is pleased to release a new series of Ivy the Kiwi? videos that highlight some of the game’s more advanced controls. These “super play” videos showcase how practice of the unique control scheme, whether on Wii or DS, can lead to the ultimate in mastery of Ivy the Kiwi? moves. Ivy the Kiwi? features gameplay mechanics that are simple to understand but difficult to master. These new super play videos beg the question: are you up to the challenge?
In Ivy the Kiwi? players guide lone baby bird Ivy as she runs freely through levels of [...]