Great pointer controls (with Wii MotionPlus support) give way to repetitive single-player gameplay. Multiplayer is quite the opposite—while not perfect, it can hold your attention for hours.
Great (Wii-constrained) visuals, a sleek interface, and smooth action are partnered with one of the most ridiculous storylines in recent memory. Occasional disconnects and lag still separate the online play from the best of the bunch.
The single-player is shocking short, but equally forgettable. Multiplayer, on the other hand, becomes a lot of fun once you’ve got enough options open to you for perks and loadouts.
Same old story. With a few exceptions, there’s plenty to like about multiplayer. Having to play through the single-player campaign to unlock some of it, however, is somewhat torturous.