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Wii owners will be twisting, turning and enjoying themselves like never before, whether they’re newcomers to the console or have already discovered the fun of the popular Wii Play game.

From catching a gust of wind by tilting an umbrella to fending off garden pests by swinging a mallet, each of the 12 included games will have players smiling wide as they use their Wii Remote Plus controller (or Wii Remote with Wii MotionPlus™ accessory) in a variety of interesting, sometimes unexpected ways. Wii Play: Motion comes packaged with a Wii Remote Plus controller – which combines the original Wii Remote controller with the precision of Wii MotionPlus – to deliver great value, precise motion control and immersive social fun that anyone in the household can pick up and instantly enjoy.

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Posted by Zach Kaplan

Too little, too late

What do Arzest, ChunSoft, Good-Feel Co, Mitchell Corporation, Prope, Skip Ltd, Vanpool, NdCUBE and Nintendo have in common? They all worked as developers on Wii Play: Motion, which acts as a companion to the Wii Remote Plus. It also serves as a sequel to...

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User Comments (5)

28greg

#1

28greg said:

This looks reply cool pretty soon there will be no wii remotes only wii remote pluses. And I thought the original wii play didn't use enough motion control it mostly just used the pointer. I Am exited for this

Dazran303

#2

Dazran303 said:

cant wait for this, I'll be uploading gameplay of this to my youtube channel from day 1 of release :)

BJQ1972

#3

BJQ1972 said:

On the Nintendo UK website it lists the developers as:-

ARZEST Corporation/CHUNSOFT Co., Ltd./Good-Feel Co.,Ltd./, MITCHELL CORPORATION/PROPE,Ltd./SKIP Ltd./VANPOOL,INC.,/NdCUBE Co.,Ltd.

Most of these have a decent track record, so this may be pretty good.

deftheman

#4

deftheman said:

Played it for one evening. We did every event a few times and we both did not like the game at all. It's very simple and there's no depth in the gameplay in any sense.
Most un'inovative game from nintendo ever....

4.5/10

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