The Flying Ducks at Wing Island

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Ben Dant writes, Wing Island ReviewWant to see a lot of remote and cool looking settings from the eyes of the sky?

Wing Island ReviewWant to see a lot of remote and cool looking settings from the eyes of the sky? Then you would probably like Wing Island for the Wii.Here are some of the good points in the game. One of the good points is the amount of planes you can unlock. When you unlock the planes you can use them in any mode. Another good point is the way you can control five planes at once. Finally, a good point is the missions in mission mode. You can sore to the rescue and put out a forest fire or help the locals by delivering food and other supplies. Those are Wing Island’s good points.But Wing Island also has some bad points too. One of its bad points is the graphics. Most of the faces are unclear. Another bad point is the vision you have. You have to look over the planes to see where you are going which, when you are using a bigger plane, is kind of hard. Finally it’s difficult to control some of the planes you have. With some of the bigger planes it’s hard not to lose speed when you are turning. With some of the smaller planes it’s hard not to lose altitude. Those are the bad points of Wing Island.The target age for this game is probably around the age of 8 of 9. But in the end Wing Island is an okay game.Title: Wing IslandCompany: HudsonType of Game: AdventureSystem Requirements: A Wii with at least one remoteESRB Rating: E