....but this game kinda swayed me back and forth. The first few downs I played absolutely ticked me off. I didn't like the idea of how in this Wii version, you had to score a touchdown on every possession. Then again, that's the idea of playing freaking football, but let me further delve into this so you'll know what I mean. Let's say it's first down and you run play action and throw a long pass for 30 something yards and it's caught. The players will move up the field, but you will not get another 1st down. It will go to 2nd down. Furthermore, you only get 4 chances to score and if you don't, the CPU gains possession. So my first few "downs" (literally) just frustrated me immensely. But once I got the hang of this idea, or cracked the code so to speak, the game seems a bit more tailored for those who prefer fun over realism. While not nearly as realistic or appealing as the 360 and PS3 editions, this game does have a bit of a unique nature, for better and for worse.
No: I don’t recommend this product