good but has flaws
First of the game starts of with a training facility with darwin it is pretty fun until you get to the part where you have to play with mooch you use the wii remote to look around the b button to attack and the c button to slow time down.I was having alot of trouble with mooch.Now the storyline is really good because you start of in saberling's home but the levels can last up to more than 45 minutes and it will probably take you two days to finish one.The enemies on the game are annoying like there are these mouses that wrap a blue rope around you so you cant get out then more enemies come and hit you.But this game is good for anybody that is up for a difficult challenge.Using guns and weapons in the game is pretty fun like there is one called a plasma gun where you destroy anything that gets in your way.So like i said before this game is great for anybody that wants a challenge.SEE YOU NEXT TIME!!!
In the real world, guinea pigs are oversized rats that sleep in their own filth and enter the afterlife in the crumbling confines of an old shoe box. In the video game world, they don high-tech weaponry and have jetpacks strapped to their furry backs. So when the fate of the planet rests in the tiny paws of these domesticated rodents, be glad that it's happening in a video game rather than in reality. Thankfully, not only are these unexpected heroes up to the task of saving humanity, but their licensed game is also quite fun. Although it doesn't break new ground for 3D platformers, and the lack of variety can lead to brief bouts of boredom, G-Force is a well-put-together experience with engaging combat, crafty puzzles, and rewarding exploration.
This game is OK in the start but gets worse as you play the long levels.
The G in force
G-force for Wii is average, it has very long levels, good graphics, cool sounds, neat weapons and an okay lasting appeal. I wish there were mini-games but no there is just a story, which kind of ruins the whole game.