Well, the summary didn't lie when it said "No animals to hunt. No people to target. Just real weapons and real training in how to use them."
The thing about having a game that's entirely training is that it feels like the game is just one long tutorial for a game that never happens. There's little functionally wrong, but the game becomes a chore to play within the first half an hour. Also, how does playing this game do any mroe to teach you how a gun works than say, Resident Evil: Umbrella Chronicles or Dead Space Extraction? The only "training" here is to point the Wii remote at the screen and hit B.
And not to make a cheap shot at what audience this game has, but it's pretty telling when the leaderboard is littered with numerous entries from usernames related to Christianity.
posted by MasterJET717 (WEST HARTFORD, CT) Sep 3, 2011
Member since Aug 2011
This is an interesting game filled with real life training like Embassy Shoot Houses, Skeet Shots and range shooting. Several reviews have criticized that the targets are moving, they're to small and other things like that.
If you are going to rent this game just remember, it says real life training for a reason; targets will move and be small.
For someone interested in training their eye for target acquisition in a variety of venues then Reload works great!