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Target Terror

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375 ratings

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Off Target . . . .

posted by kydad81896 (CATLETTSBURG, KY) Jun 18, 2008

Member since May 2008

1 out of 1 gamers (100%) found this review helpful

I have played the arcade version of this game and I always liked it so I was excited to see it released for the Wii. I was going to buy it but I am glad that I didn't. This game is fun at first but gets old quick and after a couple of days with it I was ready to part ways. OK rental but I wouldn't recommend buying it unless you like a lot of repetition.

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Reminds me of Lethal Enforces

posted by louie77 (WETMORE, CO) May 3, 2008

Member since Feb 2008

1 out of 1 gamers (100%) found this review helpful

This game is perfect if you like a typical rail type
shootem up game. Graphics are good enough and controls work as expected. Two players is the way to go than by yourself. I would say that this game and Resident Evil Umbrella are the two best rail shooters out. However, Target Terror is more of a challenge and will take some time to beat. Overall I would say that this is a good rail game.

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Really Bad

Not "Target: Terror" but Target: Terrible

posted by JMichaud (BETHESDA, MD) May 7, 2008

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Member since Jan 2008

3 out of 5 gamers (60%) found this review helpful

Target: Terror is your basic rail shooter. You see a bad guy or gal, you shoot him/her. You see an innocent bystander, you don't shoot him/her.
With a simple setup, how could Raw Thrills mess this up?
First, put in some awful graphics. This game looks very much like their MAXIMUM FORCE arcade game that came out in 1997. Over the ten plus years since, the looks have not improved at all.
Next, make the presentation flat. Bad guys vanish after you hit them, the background isn't interactive. And after you get through a level, the game says the level is complete, and gives you a bunch of bland awards, then lets you pick your next mission.
Then, cut on content. You can get through all then levels in about an hour.
But the worst problem Target: Terror has is even with bad graphics and bland game play, it can't run smoothly. Several times during a level the people on screen will jerk about, making the game play very tough and a chore to watch.
If you're into shooting terrorists, I suggest you get GHOST SQUAD and skip this lazy mess.

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