Game Profile

Grab your Wii Remote controller and take a shot at this virtual billiard game.

Enjoy match-ups, playing classic favorites such as 9 Ball, 8 Ball, Rotation and Snooker, as well as walk-through trick shots in Puzzle mode. Connect to Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection (Nintendo WFC) to go head-to-head with your friends, or even hustle opponents across the world in Nintendo WFC match-ups. This game offers two types of controls, allowing you to virtually strike the cue ball with your Wii Remote controller or use the buttons to adjust the strength of your shot and then strike. Hone your skills in Practice mode, learning all the cool techniques you need to be a true hustler. Use the edit feature to create your own challenge and nail the trick shot you’ve always dreamed of sinking. Pull off an amazing shot and show everyone who’s the biggest shark in the pool

Game Review


Europe PAL Version

Posted by Sean McDermott

Will Hudson’s Cue Sports have you cueing-up to buy it or leave you snookered?

Hudson’s Cue Sports aims to add a degree of fresh realism in contrast to Gameloft’s Midnight Pool, which is a much more light-hearted affair. Will its boast of Wi-Fi support and extensive game modes give it the edge as the definitive cue sports game...

Game Screenshots

Related News

News: USA WiiWare Update: Maboshi's Arcade and Pool Revolution: Cue Sports

USA WiiWare Update: Maboshi's Arcade and Pool Revolution: Cue Sports

The final WiiWare update of the year doesn't bring anything truly new to the table - Both new WiiWare games today have already been released in Europe. Still, who cares when both of them are good games?

The wait is finally over - After exactly 4 months, Maboshi's Arcade (Known in Europe as MaBoShi: The Three Shape Arcade) is finally released in the US! In this strange yet wonderful game, you can..

News: EU WiiWare Update: Cubello, Cue Sports, Cooking Jam and Strong Bad 3

EU WiiWare Update: Cubello, Cue Sports, Cooking Jam and Strong Bad 3

Nintendo clearly has the hots for the European continent today because it has unleashed not one, not two, not three but FOUR new WiiWare titles for download!

That’s right; if you’re a Euro Wii owner then you have Art Style: Cubello, Cue Sports: Snooker vs Billiards, Strong Bad Episode 3 and Yummy Yummy Cooking Jam to choose from. You lucky things! We’ve already covered Cubello, Yummy Yummy..

News: Hudson announce Pool Revolution: Cue Sports for WiiWare

Hudson announce Pool Revolution: Cue Sports for WiiWare

Last week we exclusively revealed Hudson’s latest batch of WiiWare games as given to us by Hudson’s European rep. Now it is the turn of Hudson USA who have just released a press release about Pool Revolution: Cue Sports, which is also known as Cue Sports: Snooker vs Billards in Europe.

See below for our screenshot gallery. Are you ready for a little billiards action? The Only Pool Game For..

News: Hudson's Upcoming WiiWare Games Revealed

Hudson's Upcoming WiiWare Games Revealed

News splurge! We’d only just finished our morning cup of coffee here at WiiWare World towers when our good friends at Hudson gave us exclusive screenshots and information for their upcoming WiiWare line-up for Europe (and hopefully North America at roughly the same time).

After the excellent Alien Crush Returns which came out this week for both North America and Europe it seems that Hudson can do..

News: Cue Sports: Snooker vs. Billiards Coming To WiiWare In November

Cue Sports: Snooker vs. Billiards Coming To WiiWare In November

Hudson hopes to continue their successful run of WiiWare titles with the upcoming release of their Cue Sports: Snooker vs. Billiards WiiWare title. The official Japanese site is now live for anyone that wants to check it out, but keep in mind the majority of the site is in Japanese.

Hudson have told us that they expect the game to see a US and European release sometime in November. They've also..

Game Trailers

Subscribe to Nintendo Life on YouTube

User Comments (32)



Terra said:

This will be interesting to see how it compares to Midnight Pool. Can't Wait



CanisWolfred said:

Snookers verses Billiards... Snookers? Isn't that a candy bar? How is Billiards supposed to compete with that?!



Terra said:

Hudson are becoming the best developer on WiiWare (Alongside Gameloft) and i hope this game will help prove that. I do like Pool/Snooker games on Wii as i believe there's potential for the sport on the Wii.



Ricardo91 said:

Hudson's VC offerings haven't disappointed me yet (well, also I haven't actually downloaded any Hudson games yet lol. ), so I expect this game to be pretty good. Even though I might just get Midnight Pool.



Junichi said:

Hey, Mickey Mac, do you think you're funny? Snooker is a cue sport which is popular around the world (oh right it isn't well-known in the USA so it obviously doesn't matter) not a candy bar (I don't believe you are stupid enough to think snooker actually is a candy bar, I just think you were just making a failed attempt at humour). Also if you actually bothered to read properly you would find it is snooker not snooker*s* (no s/plural). From now on don't make comments about things you are completely ignorant about.

Anyway, by billiards do they mean cue sports/pocket billiards as a whole? Or the game of English Billiards, which is usually just reffered to as 'billiards' in the UK.



Terra said:

As it's been OFLC Rated, we should probably expect this fairly soon.



Big_Sexy said:

I actually thought that was pretty funny. See, Snookers sounds a lot like Snickers, which is a famous candy bar. Despite the title being Snooker and not Snookers, when I read it I instantly added the S myself (misreading it) and thought the same thing. I think you could have used a little netiquette when you got offended by hearing that your favorite sport was being belittled as a candy bar.

So would you care to enlighten us as to what Snooker actually is?



kelanflyter said:

snooker is a variation of pool. It's much more technical. I don't know how exactly it works, but i think google is your friend if you want more informations.
Concerning the title maybe the billard"S" is regrouping differents sort of billards, and why not the "billard francais" ("french pool" i guess in english) ?



Yasume said:

Ah, this is good. I wanted to buy Midnight Pool a few days ago, but bought something else instead. Now, I'm going to wait for this to see which is the better game.



Wiiloveit said:

Hudson haven't done bad so far on WW, so hopefully this could be as good as Gamelofts attempt.



Terra said:

I Expect more from Hudson than i do from Gameloft, due to Hudson being Far more major players in the industry. I reckon this will top Gameloft's Midnight Pool



djshep1973 said:

This sounds like it could be a lot of fun, hopefully in a similar vein to the classic Jimmy White's Whirlwind Snooker, of the 90's



gameking23 said:

That's so cool I hope they keep the price 500 too. As long as the game play is good this game will definitely be a better value than Midnight Pool. After this game comes out and is reveiwed I'm totally going to get this one.



Terra said:

Only 500 Points? I translated the page through google to see for myself and i just don't believe it. This looks like it could be a really good Pool/Snooker game due to
A: Being developed by Hudson, who's WiiWare average rating is 7.75 from 4 games which is pretty good.
B: The trailers shows that the game plays quite well
C: Only 500 Points
D: Compared to Midnight Pool, it's 300 points cheaper and has Wi-Fi Multiplayer

I'm really looking forward to this. Hudson, make us proud

@Nintendork and Gameking23
Seeing as most games stay the same price when released in Multiple regions, i wouldn't be too surprised if it stays 500 points.



Paul-B said:

It's just been released today in australia, thinking about downloading this rather than midnight pool (that wasn't very good on pc) mainly for the network play.
For some reason however, it costs us aussies 800 wii points.



Paul-B said:

well I got it,
plays a fairly decent game of pool,
gfx are good, but the camera is VERY limited...
either right behind the cueball (which is about 1/4 the size of the screen)
or top down.
would have been sooooo much better with a freeform camera.
still for 800 wiipoints its not bad at all
as opposed to $100 for the pool games in the shops.
haven't tried online yet... but it looks promising



Terra said:

Hard to understand why we have to pay an extra 300 points for this when Japan get it at 500 and before anyone mentions Plattchen, remember that it was probably only changed because of the bad reviews and how they criticized the price.

Still, it looks like it will be really good. Can't wait for the review



kompol said:

Wow ... I probably like this game!

Anyone who already has ... How is the physic? Is it quite realistic?

how is the wi-fi game?

Is there any tournament mode?



gameking23 said:

As long as this game is as good as or better than Midnight Pool. I will get this one so please WiiWare World post your review. Please!



Paul-B said:

@ kornpol
physics are a bit dubious at times ie when the cueball hits another ball that ball moves faster than it should.
but otherwise they are spot on for angle shots and so on



Paul-B said:

my advice, if you like pool and network play..... buy it
800 wiipoints is still cheaper than $500 for a real pool table



EJD said:

I'm undecided on getting this or Midnight Pool. I might get both in the end but this sounds much better than Midnight Pool. This looks like great fun for multiplayer, especially as it has online as well.



Toddr said:

So does the american version of this game have snooker as well? Cause it's quite a few blocks less.



StarDust4Ever said:

@Toddr: Yes, it has Snooker, although I would have gladly traded it for some three-way "Cut Throat" pool action (lows-mids-highs - object is to sink your opponents balls, not your own)



Paper said:

This game is great! everything you need in a simple game of pool. No flash weird characters like midnight pool. 9/10

Leave A Comment

Hold on there, you need to login to post a comment...