BackgroundWii Sports, a five-game sports compilation, includes the games of baseball, bowling, boxing, golf, and tennis. You swing the the controller just like you would a tennis racket, baseball bat, or a golf club.
GameplayPrepare to play the simplest game for the Wii. Your Wii Remote is your life. According to which game you will play, the controller takes the role of a baseball bat, punching globes, a tennis racket, your golf swing, and your Bowling ball!
<li type="square"> To use it as a baseball bat, just swing the remote from left to right.
<li type="square"> To use it as your punching globes, connect the nunchuck and move both controllers forward and backward in a repetitive movement.
<li type="square"> To use it as your tennis racket, just move the controller in the correct timing to hit the ball.
<li type="square"> To use it as your golf swing, just move the controller like a real swing!
<li type="square"> To use it as your bowling ball, just move the controller imitating a professional bowling movement!
- <li type="square> Be active! The first Wii game uses both Wii Remote and Nunchuck to play the games.
<li type="square> Five different sports! Tennis, Bowling, Baseball, Golf and Boxing.
<li type="square> Customization! Use the Mii of your own creation to play the games. If you didn't create one, you can select one made by default.
<li type="square> Multiplayer! You can play the games with four other people.
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- Genre: General Sports (Wii)
- Theme(s): Party & Board Games, Family, Children's
- Perspective(s): Third Person
- Developer: Nintendo
- Publisher: Nintendo
Released North America Nov 19, 2006 Europe Dec 8, 2006 Japan Dec 2, 2006 Australia Dec 7, 2006