I think he got that more from duckroll's translation of the menu screens. The game apparently is stage based and you get a ranking after completing each, I'm assuming like a lightgun game. Also appearing to be like a lightgun game are the shooting sections, where the only time we see the main character is when he's taking cover or reloading.
That, combined with the running sequences and the QTEs makes it look like Time Crisis meets Die Hard Arcade to me.
The multiple gameplay types shown also point to the game being more of a mini-game fest than an actual continuous experience like Zelda or something. Not saying it's a bad thing since I like those type of games, but I think some people might be disappointed.
Well, here you can find the screens without the watermark but they look nevertheless as shitty as with the worthplaying tag. These are simply really, really bad screen caps. I can't unterstand why on earth Nintendo made these pictures public.
I could care less about the graphics. When has a Wii game ever looked good in screenshots (besides SMG)? The gameplay just sounds unappealing. I'm not interested in a game where you're playing some crappy light-gun shooter half of the time.
I need to see Disaster in motion before I can make any sort of judgement, screenshots are always a bad way of judging a Wii game. Not that these are bad but even Metroid Prime 3 looked pretty meh in stills.