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Heatseeker leads its air attack on Wii. Designed to be an incredible lock-on/shake-off experience, Heatseeker reinvents missile combat to give gamers a massive rush of destruction.

Set to feature an incredible collection of current and near-future military fighter jets, Heatseeker’s arsenal includes the stealthy F-22 Raptor, the classic F-15 Eagle, the cutting-edge F35 Lightning II and the aerodynamically advanced Russian SU-47 Berkut.

Heatseeker straps you into the pilot’s seat and delivers an exhilarating, white-knuckle ride that’ll have you clutching the joypad as you engage in face-melting 6G turns and fight against a seemingly-impossible amount of airborne enemies.

It's all about fine-tuned controls when flying faster than the speed of sound, especially when a millimeter can make all the difference between winning the battle or being vaporized by a ton of heat-seeking explosives.

Heatseeker's innovative use of the Wii Remote and Nunchuk means that players have complete command over their turbo-charged arsenal. Using one of two available control methods, your aircraft and weapons respond instantly. Controls are so responsive that you'll feel the thrill of making an evasive maneuver to prevent an enemy warhead from shredding your F-15 Eagle.

And when you launch a strike, you’ll follow your missiles as they ruthlessly home in on their targets via the Impact Cam. Delivering awesome cinematic third-person camera cutaway scenes, the Impact Cam will reveal the results of your attack in all their devastating glory from multiple dynamic angles, complete with jaw-dropping explosions and smoke trails.

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