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Saban’s Power Rangers Samurai: Wii Game Review

Saban’s Power Rangers Samurai: Wii Game Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 09, 2011
( Rating: 2 Star Rating)

Bring a new generation of Power Rangers to life in Saban’s Power Rangers Samurai for Nintendo Wii. Read Kidzworld’s review for all the details.

Combining comedy with action-filled storylines, the all-new series Power Rangers Samurai features a new cast of Rangers and never-before-seen villains, as well as high-octane action, martial arts and advanced special effects. Saban’s Power Rangers Samurai for Wii lets players become the Power Ranger they admire most as they immerse themselves into the morphing action of the iconic team of heroes.

Power-Up

Players must master the ancient Samurai symbols of power to control five elements: fire, water, sky, forest and earth. Perfecting the symbols of power will help you morph into each of the Power Rangers, which will let you use specific weapons.

The game begins at Shiba’s House, where your mission is to collect Megazord power-up pieces and learn the basic moves. In order to activate a symbol you need to master various martial arts moves using the Wii Remote and the Nunchuk. As you collect more Megazord pieces your Samurai Megazord will become stronger, which is critical to winning the boss battles.

Heavy Story

Saban’s Power Rangers Samurai for Wii is heavy on the storyline, which makes the gameplay drawn out at times. Since you can’t skip through lots of the story scenes, it can become frustrating. If you are a fan of the show, you might enjoy becoming your favorite Ranger, but that is one of the only appeals of the game.

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Rating:2

Price: $39.99

ESRB Rating: E10+

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