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Wii Sports (Wii)

Game Profile

The action starts here?.Its sports night and everyone is invited.

Wii Sports offers 5 fantastic sports games each using the unique Wii remote to provide a realistic and natural feel to your gaming experience. A great sports night with Wii sports will include: Tennis, grab the Wii remote like a racket and swing. The Wii remote will register forehands, backhands, volleys, lobs and much more. You can play against the compute or invite your friends for a game of doubles. Baseball grip your Wii remote like a bat to swat fastballs out of the park, or fire a fastball at your friends, with the flick of your wrist. Golf step up to the tee and grip your Wii remote like a golf club, swing naturally to smack the ball onto the green and then you'll need your putting skills. Bowling raise your Wii remote as you would a real bowling ball, and then it is all down to the speed of your swing and angle used.

Game Review

Review

USA USA Version

Posted by Jason Joo

Nintendo's first pack-in title in nearly over a decade is a lot of fun. Period.

A great launch title for the Nintendo Wii has proven to be Wii Sports, not only because it's fun even among non-gamers, but it comes free packaged with the Wii (except in Japan). Wii Sports isn't the most complex game, but it isn't meant to be the...

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User Comments (7)

ds_lover59440

#1

ds_lover59440 said:

Wii Sports is a fun game but after a long time this game gets boring so, duh! I hardly play this game at all! Only my Dad does. ):

andrew20

#7

andrew20 said:

I think it a fun game with lots of replay value
my favorite is boxing and the training challenges of boxing.
scores on my review
boxing 8.7/10 main 10/10 training
bowling 8.69/10 main 8/10 training
tennis 8.69/10 main 9/10 training
baseball 8.5/10 main 7.8/10 training
golf 5/10 main 6.7/10 training
total score 8/10 main 9.1/10 training

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