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Wii Sports

Wii Sports

Wii Sports

  • Original edition, comes in unreal sleeve, not exemplary mettlesome case
  • 5 Games in 1: Boxing, Bowling, Golf, Tennis, Baseball
  • This is the standalone mettlesome – this mettlesome also comes bundled with the Wii

a enthusiastic gameBundled with Wii, Wii Sports introduces a full newborn artefact to endeavor your game. This is what recording games should be: recreation for everyone. Wii Sports offers fivesome crisp sports experiences, apiece using the Wii Remote someone to wage a natural, illogical and graphic feel. To endeavor a Wii Sports game, every you requirement to do is garner up a someone and intend primed for the pitch, help or that correct hook. If you’ve played some of these sports before, you’re primed for fun!

Play Tennis, Baseball, Golf, Bowling and Boxing in the richness of one’s experience room. No ball boys fast about, no lubricator from the alleys to intend players filthy and no fall to ready anyone from a period at the court, tract or course. Use the Wii Remote someone

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  1. Zachary Koenig "K-Dawg"

    June 21, 2014 at 8:43 pm

    40 of 41 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Showcasing The Wii, July 16, 2008
    Zachary Koenig “K-Dawg” (Forest Lake, MN) –

    = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Wii Sports (Video Game)
    Traditionally, Nintendo has launched its new video game consoles with software titles revolving around Mario, Luigi, Zelda, Donkey Kong, or other big-name company characters. With the revolutionary Wii console, however, Nintendo instead chose to showcase the movement-based action of the system by packaging the console with Wii Sports. The game consists of five sports that players can try out:

    Baseball: Quite fun, and the difficulty level goes up as you improve, making for engaging hours of gameplay.

    Bowling: Much like the real sport, Wii bowling can be parts incredibly fulfilling and incredibly maddening, as one millimeter of wrist turn will register with the system and change your roll.

    Tennis: Not being a big tennis fan, I play this game the least, but my brother has had hours of fun with it.

    Golf: Once you learn the mechanics of the swing mechanism, this could become the most addictive part of the game for you, as (like real golf) it looks so simple until you try it!

    Boxing: This one really gets you moving, as you duck, dodge, jab, and strike at your virtual opponent with the Wii controller and Wii nunchuck.

    There is also a Wii Fitness Test mode that, while not at all indicative of your physical fitness level as it claims to be, does give you a good indication of how you stack up to your friends.

    Overall, Wii Sports is a fun, engaging little game that will bring out the competitive juices in all gamers, whether you are a young child or senior citizen.


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  2. S. Rhodes

    June 21, 2014 at 8:29 pm

    133 of 137 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    A Great Intro to the Wii, April 24, 2008
    S. Rhodes
    (TOP 1000 REVIEWER)

    = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Wii Sports (Video Game)


    +Very involving games
    +Mini games for the main games
    +Controls are intuitive and inventive


    -Sensitive controls in some games like Golf and Boxing
    -Not the best graphics in the world

    Wii Sports, if you live in America, is the pack in game that comes with the Wii. However, there is still a chance you might find yourself having to purchase it because either your game disc is so damaged (or broke) that you need to get another one, or you bought the system used and whoever sold it didn’t package the game with it. There’s also the possibility that in the future Wii Sports will not ship with the system and will have to be bought separately.

    Anyway, as an introduction to the Wii, Wii Sports is a simple game to pick up and fairly fun to play. The Wii remote makes playing these games more fun. Before you boot up this game, however, you’ll have to make yourself a Mii. The game is played using your Mii and as you play the games other Miis that have been created on your system will show up too. Wii Sports includes five games: Bowling, Baseball, Golf, Boxing and Tennis. All of them controlled with the Wii Remote exclusively.

    Using the Wii Remote is what really makes playing these games a treat. In bowling, for example, your Wii Remote is your bowling ball. You’ll have to make the motions of bowling to actually toss your ball in the game. In Baseball this not only serves as your bat but also the baseball when you pitch. In golf it is your golf club which you’ll swing to hit the ball like a golfer would. In tennis it’s your tennis racket you’ll use to hit the ball. Boxing is the only game which requires the nunchuck. The Wii Remote is one hand, the Nunchuck is the other. None of these games are hard to pick up and play at all.

    I’d love to tell you all five games are winners but that’s really not the case. As stated, this game serves more as an intro to the system and getting you adapted at using the Wii remote. It’s fun, but there are a couple of controls issues that come up every now and then. When playing golf, for example, you’ll find the motion sensor controls aren’t always pot on. You might swing forward on the back swing when it’s clear that wasn’t what you wanted to do. In boxing the controls can be somewhat touchy. You might jab using the remote or nunchuck but it won’t respond. It’s a great idea, but sometimes its annoying. Other times it works flawlessly. The Bowling game is easily the most enjoyable in the compilation while the Baseball may actually be the worst.

    Another thing to keep in mind is that none of these games are pushed to their full extent. In Golf, for example, you won’t play for eighteen holes and in Baseball you don’t have 9-Innings. It’s probably a good thing, however, because if you really get into it you’ll find yourself tired out after a while.

    Multiplayer works great in this game as well. Get more than one remote and nunchuck and you can take on your friend in boxing. You can play a two on two match in tennis or against a friend in baseball. Don’t have more than one remote? You can still enjoy Bowling and Golf by switching off using just one remote and several Miis.

    There’s more to Wii Sports than playing the main games, however. You can also do training, which will help you improve your game. There are plenty of mini-games in training as well. You can practice power throws in bowling, where they slowly increase the amount of pins you’ll have to knock down. There’s a punching bag mini-game for boxing. A mini-game for golf where you can hit the ball and see just how far you can drive it. These are just a few examples. Each game has three mini-games outside the main game you can play. So there’s more here than you actually think you’re getting.

    Lastly, there’s the Wii Fitness test. This will pick three mini-games from the training at random and force you to play them. After the test is over they’ll tell you your fitness age. The lower your fitness age, the more “in shape” you are. Each Mii can only take one fitness test a day.

    All this is really fun stuff and the Wii Remote works really well with it. It is sometimes a little over sensitive at times, though. For those who are worried about having to work too hard you can relax. To do most actions requires a simple flick of the wrist and nothing more.

    It’s no surprise that Wii Sports doesn’t look all that great. The Miis are very cute looking and the game itself is very cute looking. There are a lot of colorful environments but no real actual detail is given to them. It’s just your basic looking game. It actually looks worse than some Gamecube games. Luckily the graphics won’t bother you at all because the games are so involving. You won’t have much time to notice the graphics anyway when your swinging at a tennis ball or trying to bowl a strike. The music is surprisingly good…

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