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DECA SPORTS, the hit sports compilation series that has over 4 million units sold through worldwide, is coming to the Nintendo 3DS with 10 complete 3D sporting events in DECA SPORTS EXTREME!

Kick, shoot, and bounce your way to the top across all of the included events: Soccer, Tennis, Basketball, Ice Hockey, Bowling, Snowball Fight, Sumo Wrestling, Snowmobile Racing, Blowguns, and Trampoline! This all-new handheld version includes several features never seen before in a DECA SPORTS game, like power-ups & un-lockable equipment! Of course, as always, it still features multiplayer and customizable teams. With 10 sports entirely in 3D, DECA SPORTS EXTREME will take sports to a whole new dimension!

  • 10 3D Sports: Soccer, Tennis, Basketball, Ice Hockey, Snowball Fight, Sumo Wrestling, Bowling, Snowmobile Racing, Sport Blowgun, and Trampoline
  • Power-ups: Collect enough Power Balls during each event and you can unleash powerful super moves like a giant racket in tennis, a cannon dunk in basketball, or a rainbow shot in soccer!
  • Up to 4 players through download play or wireless play
  • Customise your own team
  • Final Product Includes Ten Sports: Snowmobile Racing, Sumo Wrestling, Snowball Fight, Sport Blowgun, Ice Hockey, Trampoline, Basketball, Bowling, Soccer, Tennis

Game Review


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Posted by Zach Kaplan

Sixth time the charm?

When we first played Wii Sports back in 2006, it woke us up to the potential of sports compilations to provide simple yet rich entertainment. When it was at its best, it boiled down a game to its essence, then refined that to make something truly special...

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A video for Konami's Sports Island 3D (known as DECA SPORTS EXTREME elsewhere), coming to 3DS in May 2011

User Comments (5)



Supremeist said:

Screenshots look good, I hope this turns out better then Duel Pen Sports, and with bowling, and if I am able to use my Mii in this, I'm all in.



Arthedain said:

I really want a decent review of this one. I imagine it's a really bad game, just hoping that I'm wrong

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