In a world dominated by violent media, Americans are no more eager to go to war than they were in the 1980s or the 1960s or the 1940s. Hasn't it always been someone else's problem?
The overwhelming majority would rather go on thinking it had nothing to do with them and there...
The Good: 23 fun mini-games, good graphics and sound, very weird but in a good way
The Bad: The games are fun if you can beat them, having lives makes things even harder
If you love WarioWare then you'll love Incredible Crisis. IC pits players in mini-games where they have to help the main characters escape weird situations. One such situation is when you have to shoot down missiles so the Navy and Air Force don't shoot down the mother ship (you do all this because you're chasing a hottie) then you get blown up and land in a leaky boat and have to scoop the water out as fast as possible.
While all this sounds fun it's harder than it should be. Scooping the water out sounds easy enough: Hit the X button until the bucket fills up and then dump it. Well you have things falling on your head and if you don't put your umbrella up fast enough you face god awfully long animations that take forever to end and for you to recover. If you mess up just twice you'll have to start the set of 3 mini-games all over again and you have lives as well. Some games are just impossible to pass. One such mini-game is when a bunch of wolf thieves make you decode their piggy bank they made you stole with a tune. You have to remember the tune like Simon Says but the dots get mixed up on the board and you have to end up memorizing very long tunes. If you can handle this then IC is a super fun game. It has great graphics and sound and you can pick it up fairly cheap on eBay.