A cute game for seek and find gamers
If you are an average typical gamer, you will probably find this game a bit boring. But if you like seek and find games or are just looking for something a bit different and cute to mess around with, this game is a nice one to get. My first introduction to this game was through a friend. We played multiplayer mode and had a blast throwing houses, drawers, toys, lamps..you name it, we picked it up and threw it with the Wii remote. This was a lot of fun, but it did get a little tiresome after about an hour or so. Single player mode is more focused on your seek and find. You have to find as many little cute elebits as you can before time runs out or before you break too many vases. It can be a bit of a challenge at times trying to figure out what objects have a button to press to release more elebits, or trying to find ways to get to the elebits without breaking anything. I will say that if you are looking for a game with a good story or good graphics, this is not it. Also, I did have quite a bit of trouble getting the Wii remote to cooperate with me sometimes. All in all I would say that this is a game you might like to get a younger child or for gamers who like seek and find games. Do not get this game for hardcore gamers because they probably will not like it.
Good, but dizzy
Elebits is a fun game. The graphics are good but nothing much but that's kinda expected as it was one of the beginning games for the Wii. The story is that a boy named Kai who hates that his parents are more focused on Elebits (Which are little creatures that produce light) than himself. One day, their's a power outage.and his parents wonder what has happened. Kai decides to take his dad's capture gun to catch the Elebits so the power can go back on. The controls are fine with one exception. Opening doors is a pain. In order to open a door, you press the A Button then you turn the remote and then you either push or pull. The pushing and pulling parts are the frustrating parts. To get Elebits, you press the A Button. The Elebits like to hide in places. When you get Elebits, you get Watts, Once you get a certain amount of Watts, you can turn on electronics,appliances,etc when you make it work, yellow Elebits come out. Once you get enough Yellow Elebits, your gun will power up and you can lift heavier things out of the way. Their's a multiplayer mode and a building mode. There's one thing I hate about the game and that's the camera. Controlling it is fine but (At least for me, IDK about any other people who played it) it was SO dizzy. I got very very dizzy and sick while I was playing it. I didn't throw up but I was getting sicker by the minute when I was playing it. Overall, its good, but there's nothing that makes it special.
Boring but cute
I bought this game expecting some sort of adventure game where you have to explore lands to find lost elibits. Instead you have to wander about the house and open drawers, jars cabinets ect. The game is frustrating because you can't advance in the game without collecting a number of elibits.Boring after an hour.
not a good game
I got this game about three days ago and I'm ready to sell it. The gameplay is okay but after about five minutes it gets boring. Everything is repetitive which is not good for a game. The storyline is boring. It is just about some kid and how much he hates the elebits. There really is no challenge. Each level is pretty much the same except for different scenery. The graphics are okay. They are better than a lot of games. The controls also work really easily. that is probably the best part about the game. The sound is also pretty good but they don't use the sound a lot so it is pretty much useless. Overall elebits is just a bad game. I would definitely not recommend this game to anybody. I bought it because it was really cheap but now I know that was a big mistake. Do not buy this game!