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Mercury Meltdown Revolution- Wii

alaTest has collected and analyzed 84 reviews of Mercury Meltdown Revolution- Wii. The average rating for this product is 3.6/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other Nintendo Wii Games for all reviews. Reviewers really like the action and design. The controls and usability also get good feedback, whereas there are some mixed opinions about the gameplay. There are some negative opinions about the multi player mode and graphics.

price, usability, controls, design, action

graphics, multi player

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo Wii Games the Mercury Meltdown Revolution- Wii is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 89/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by: Chris Wigham (consoleob.com)

Mercury Meltdown Revolution Wii Review

 

Once upon a time a famous game designer known as Archer Mclean and his team at Awesome Studios (a studio that obviously liked to blow its own trumpet as they thought they were awesome and everything!) dreamed up the game concept of tilting a blob of...

Like Super Monkey Ball Banana Blitz, Mercury Meltdown Revolution is finally the game that showcases the most suitable manner in which to play the game, ultimately making this the version to own. It's certainly the best way to be exposed to Mercury...

May, 2010

Expert review by: Neil Vaughan (totallygn.com)

Mercury Meltdown Revolution

 

Mercury from Archer MacLean has had a bit of a chequered history. Initially slated for a release on the PSP with a motion sensor peripheral, it eventually got released with just joypad controls. Needless to say it didn

Jun, 2009

Expert review by: VideoGamer.com (videogamer.com)

Mercury Meltdown Revolution Review

 
Dec, 2007

Expert review by: Official Nintendo Magazine (officialnintendomagazine.co.uk)

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Nov, 2007

Expert review by: Donny (console-central.com)

Mercury Meltdown Revolution Review

 

The PSP Exclusive makes its jump to the Wii

Oct, 2007

Expert review by: NowGamer (nowgamer.com)

Mercury Meltdown Revolution

 

The PSP's Mercury jumps ship and proves that it has some juice left in the tank

Aug, 2007

Expert review by: Matt Bailey (allaboutgames.co.uk)

Mercury Meltdown Revolution

 

It's quite strange to be reviewing what is fundamentally the same game across three different platforms. Each game was released separately, and each comes with their own tweaks and additions, justifying three reviews. It's rather like reviewing...

At the heart of Mercury Meltdown Revolution is the excellent puzzle game seen before, but this time the translation has fared very well, thanks to an excellent implementation of motion sensing that was always meant for this series.

Jul, 2007

Expert review by: WoLf (gamesxtreme.net)

Mercury Meltdown Revolution

 

The mercury is about to hit the fan for the Wii, Wolf takes a spin around some twisted level design and insane labs in the latest iteration of this popular puzzler.

This is possibly the best console puzzle game ever devised. If you love Marble Madness style games but want something that's got a little more bang for your buck, then Mercury Meltdown Revolution on the Wii is the game for you.

Jun, 2007

Expert review by: David McComb (empireonline.com)

Mercury Meltdown Revolution (2007)

 

While the Wii's motion controls are a breath of fresh air in a gaming world where shallow sequels dominate the charts, only a handful of developers have so far managed to master the unique interface of Nintendo's new console. But with Mercury Meltdown...

Jun, 2007

Expert review by: NowGamer ArchiveBot (nowgamer.com)

Mercury Meltdown Revolution (Wii) review

 

The PSP's Mercury jumps ship and proves that it has some juice left in the tank

A fun puzzler that can occupy your time for five minutes or five hours.

Jun, 2007