GT reviews Resident Evil 4: Wii Edition, which “includes the original game (with tuned-up control for the Wiimote) plus the playable bonus Ada Wong side-story.” Video after the break. Here’s the bottom line:

The GCN original scored a 9.8 and the PS2 iteration and 9.5 in 2005. The Wii title is the best of the three, but it also arrives two years later, which is primarily why we’ve dropped the score. The fact is, while an amazing experience, RE4 does not push Wii in the same way it did GCN or PS2

GT reviews Resident Evil 4: Wii Edition, which “includes the original game (with tuned-up control for the Wiimote) plus the playable bonus Ada Wong side-story.” Video after the break. Here’s the bottom line:

The GCN original scored a 9.8 and the PS2 iteration and 9.5 in 2005. The Wii title is the best of the three, but it also arrives two years later, which is primarily why we’ve dropped the score. The fact is, while an amazing experience, RE4 does not push Wii in the same way it did GCN or PS2