Same goes for the tank portion of the game. These extremely uncomplicated levels will surely grow tedious on the PS2, but their straightforwardness makes them perfect landscapes for rolling backwards and forwards with the Nunchuk while effortlessly blasting things out of the sky with the remote. The spaceship section, however, might be an example of what is sure to become a common and unavoidable problem- developers tacking Wii controls onto gameplay designed for another system. Shooting still feels good, but attempting to send the plane up or down by tilting the Nunchuk is bound to make players of all ages cry.
And, sure, even the sublime ease of the targeting will be replicated on better launch titles like Red Steel and Far Cry Vengeance... but if you happen to be a parent and don't want your children slicing or blowing people's heads off on Christmas Day, Chicken Little 2: Ace in Action could be an enjoyable alternative.