Wii Play Pro Reviews
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Wii Play Reviews14
|website||score||publish date||article quality|
|EuroGamer||6/10||Dec 04 '06|
|Game Freaks 365||6.5/10||Dec 10 '06|
|GameBrink||59%||Dec 08 '06|
|GameDaily||6/10||Feb 19 '07|
|Gamer Within||6.5/10||Feb 10 '07|
|netjak||5.9/10||Feb 20 '07|
|Pro-G||5/10||Nov 24 '06|
|The Armchair Empire||6/10||Mar 01 '07|
|Thunderbolt||4/10||May 09 '07|
|Wii Nintendo Life||6/10||Dec 12 '06|
|GameSpot||5.4/10||Feb 14 '07|
|Gamespy||3/5||Feb 12 '07|
|IGN Wii||5.5/10||Feb 12 '07|
|Nintendojo||6.5 / 10||Jul 09 '07|
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Wii Play Previews
|website||publish date||article rating|
|GameSpot||Oct 18 '06|
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"Wii Play has a few timeless gems that should prove to be party favourites this Christmas, but regular gamer, in particular, shouldn't expect the novelty value to endure much beyond that. Think of this as commercial tutorial."
"You won't spend more than a few hours with Wii Play, especially since multi-player is for two people at most. There are better mini-game collections already out, such as Rayman and the packaged Wii Sports."
"Essentially Wii Play is a series of nine mini-games aimed at teaching people how to use the Wiimote and kind of use the Nunchuk. It costs next to nothing and is packed in with a controller, so for a few minutes of fun with a friend why not get it? Then again, you wont miss out on anything special if you dont grab it."
"Wii Play may not be another chapter added to the book of first-rate video games, but its pretty good for the price of a foot-long Subway."
"As the name suggests, Wii Play is all about having fun. A collection of nine minigames that will be bundled with the Wiimote, it's the perfect introduction to the console's innovative new control system. It's unlikely to reside in your new console for long periods at a time, but it still boasts all the wit and charm that we've come to expect from Nintendo. We were lucky enough to be invited to Nintendo's headquarters to play seven of the nine minigames firsthand, and we wasted no time swiping, prodding, and twisting the remote to bring you this preview."