12 years ago
Pros: Good graphics(for a Wii); a wide variety of tracks; you're driving a Ferrari Cons: Controls aren't geared for the Wii; very slow loading and changing between screens; no off-line multiplayer; you're only driving a Ferrari If you're looking for a decent driving game for the Wii, and you enjoy the driving games and controls from the the other consoles(PS2, PS3 and XBOX), then this game might be for you. If you're looking for a game where you get to grab your Wii Wheel and actually steer with the wheel, skip this game. The preferred control for this game the Wiimote and Nunchuk. Steering is the control stick on the nunchuk, brake the "C" and accel is the "B", so you're steering and braking with one hand, and accelerating with the other. If you switch from the automatic transmission to a manual, you're going to end up holding the Wiimote in a really strange manner. If you want to try the Wii wheel, you'll end up crashing half the time, since there's a HUGE delay between turning the wheel and the steering wheel actually changing. The Wii Classic Control is probably the best controller for this game. For the car selection, if you consider buying it, you know that you're only going to be driving Ferraris, but there are a bunch of them. This game was better than most of the other racing games I've tried for the Wii, but if I wanted a racing game where I need all the buttons and a control stick, I would have bought a PS3 or an XBox. This is most likely another port of an XBox/PS3 game to the Wii console, and the people never thought about how playable it will be in the Wii.
No: I don’t recommend this product