Rent Reload for Wii
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204 ratings

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Game Details

  • Release Date 12/3/2010
  • Publisher Mastiff
  • Platform Wii
  • Genre Shooter
  • Number of Players 4
  • Online Enabled Yes

Mild Violence

Game Description

No animals to hunt. No people to target. Just real weapons and real training in how to use them. Reload takes a new approach to weapons simulation by taking the play out of gunplay. Choose from over 25 firearms, including weaponry like the AA-12 and the AK-47 Desert Eagle. Get a feel for what it's like to handle firearms in situations where they're needed most. Train as a sniper, get briefed on hostage rescue tactics, fire small arms from a Humvee, or get some good old-fashioned target practice at a skeet range. The game features no living targets, as well as online leaderboards, and multiplayer capabilities for up to four shooters.

Critic Reviews

GamesRadar Review

Where the Wild Things Are These wild things aren't There’s nothing wrong with being a game for kids, and Where the Wild Things Are (the game of the film of the book, no less) is a decent example of finger-fangling fun for the younger player. It’s repetitive ...more

User Reviews

Average Member Rating: 4.8 out of 10

Tiny targets, huge headaches for Reload. (4 out of 10)

posted by JMichaud (BETHESDA, MD) on Jan 17, 2011
Member since Jan 2008
6 out of 9 gamers (67%) found this review helpful
The makers of Reload claim that this game is all about real training on how to use weapons in certain situations. If that’s the case, than I am not ready to fire a gun at all. The solo player mode has the player going through a few dozen levels, blasting certain targets while avoiding hitting othe...more

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Specs & Requirements

Online Features Rankings

Controllers Wii Zapper, Nunchuk Controller

Modes Career, Multiplayer, Versus Alternating, Versus Simultaneous

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