Ready for some exercise? When my children here that, they groan. They say they want to do something fun. Well, Wii Sports does that all. Wii Sports gives your children and friends exercise, let's them be better at sports, and lets them have the ability to have fun at the same exact time! This is an appropriate game for any age, (but teens might not like it, they like Call of Duty and Halo better). This game is flawless in every way. Oh wait, I should tell you what the games about and stuff like that, shouldn't I?
To play, you can create your own Mii which is like your account. You can decide how your Mii looks and all that. Then you can select a sport to play. There is a variety of sports, they have Tennis, Baseball, Bowling, Golf, and Boxing. Choose your favorite!
To play Tennis is simple (like all of the sports). You automatically move. All you have to do is when the Tennis ball comes toward you, pretend your Wii controller is a Tennis racket and swing your Wii controller. To serve,...
Wii Sports is a game that all players of the Wii console should be quite familiar with, having gotten it free with the purchase of a new Wii. It’s a casual sports game which after you’ve played a little, seems different to when you first looked at it and said ‘yeah, nothing special’. After all, what else would you say to a free game that looks like it has little to offer? Well, at least the cover shows you exactly what you’re getting... but do the pictures really carry a thousand words each? And how does this game play out as an introduction to the remote and nunchuck?
Personally, I found the gameplay to be neither a hit nor a miss, but somewhere in-between. It has its positives and negatives and for a free game, any positive is an achievement in itself.
It’s fun that you can play it by yourself or with friends/family. I admit I like to play it alone, or in turns, rather than all at the same time. Having said this, it is a casual game for a casual console...
Wii Sports comes free when you buy a Nintendo Wii. Sometimes when a game comes free with a system, it isn't always worth the play. Well, that isn't the case with Wii Sports. For the game being out as one of the first games for the Wii, the game really delivers and shows off the precedented skills of the motion sensor. Wii Sports l uses your Mii characters in all of the sports, so you can make someone that looks like you to play as.
The game comes with five different sports to play in. Those would include: Tennis, Baseball, Bowling, Golf, and Boxing. Along with these five games, there is also three training mode games that goes with each sport, as well as a Wii Fitness mode.
The game Tennis is very easy to get used to. You play as doubles and you can control from zero to four of the characters on the field. Using zero of your Mii's, you watch a computer played match between the two teams. When using one Mii you can either control either the front or the back Mii. When you have t...
THE GOOD: Well, if you got the Wii recently then this game will show you what the Wii is really all about. I like how it is interactive and fat burning at the same time. Its really healthy habit to get into. Parents will like it too. Here is a few good points about the game: *Fun *Interactive *Keeps you busy *OK graphics
THE BAD: For the first time, I saw Nintendo slip up on how much they cared about a game. What is with the no arms and no legs during baseball? It makes them look completely *bleep*ed. And there is only 3 innings in it too, thats only a third of an actual game! Here are a few bad points: *Only 5 sports *Only train once per day *Gets boring after a while *Can only use a mii *Music gets really repetitive
SUMMARY: This game is one of the nicer ones on the Wii. As we all know, the Wii wasn't meant for graphics, it was meant for interactivity. This is only one out of many interactive games on the Wii. It gets you hooked until you have enough money to buy an actual game.
THE GOOD: - A great introduction to the new controllers and Wii gameplay; motion sensor works well - Tons of fun - 5 fun sports to play: Tennis, Bowling, Baseball, Golf, and Boxing; the gameplay as a whole is so much fun - Wii Sports Fitness test - Lots of great sports minigames/training games; fun ranking system to add challenge and skill - Great single player fun, and even better multiplayer fun; can even play against CPU opponents; great replay value - Play as your personal "Mii" character; play against your friends "Mii" characters - The game itself is a great workout, especially when you get really into it - Good colorful graphics and sounds; subtle humor here and there is cool as well - It's a free game! Came with my Wii system.. - One of the most dangerous games ever made..haha
THE BAD: - One of the most dangerous games ever made..haha (yes this belongs in both sections) - Can only do the fitness test once a day - The sensors in the remote/sensor bar are not always exact, but in most cases ...
THE GOOD: Wii Sports features five different sports that each use the Wii remote's unique motion sensing abilities. The game is played with the Miis that you create on the Mii channel. You can use your own Miis, premade Miis, or even Miis brought from a friend's house on their Wii remote!
The first sport is tennis, which can be played against the computer or up to four friends. You move automatically, and you whack the ball with a swing of the Wii remote.
The second sport is baseball, which can be played with up to two players. You take turns pitching and batting, and you run and field automatically. You actually hold the Wii remote like a bat and a ball.
Bowling is the next sport, and can support up to four players, and they can also share one Wii remote. You start with the ball in front of you while holding the b button located on the bottom of the controller, swing it back, and swing it forward as you release the button.
Wii Sports also includes golf, where you line up your sho...
THE GOOD: - Five Different Sports Games - Get to use and see created Mii's - Comes with the Wii
THE BAD: - Your arms will get tired and sore from excessive play - Replay value isn't very good without more than one people to play against
SUMMARY: Wii Sports, everybody's first Wii game, if they buy the system new, has been rumoured to be overrated, and not very fun. I must say, those rumours aren't true because I feel as if I could play this game forever.
Wii Sports offers five 1-4 player sports. You can play all of them with only one player so that is a plus for having it come with the system. The sports displayed in this game are Baseball, Tennis, Bowling, Golf, and Boxing. Each of them different, and yet still are all part of the modern sports world we see today.
One of the coolest features in this game is that you use the Mii's you create for your Wii system in every single game. Even if you don't select some of the Mii's, they will have cameo appearances in the large crowd's at these sport...
THE GOOD: Demonstrates the Wii's controls You can put your Mii's in the game
THE BAD: It gets boring after an hour or so. Sometimes awkward or weird things happens in the middle of the game.
SUMMARY: Wii Sports, one of the most overrated games ever. I honestly can't see why every one thinks this game is so good. After an hour you get bored, even with the variety of sports you can play. Though through playing this game I got a good feel of what the Wii controls were like.
This game is really fun except for a few things, the weird things that happen when the ball hit's the top of the net! Okay so lets say I hit the ball, there isn't enough power for it to get back over so it hit's the top of the net. Then the tennis ball gets a major speed boost and goes flying and lands outside of the outer most line and thus its out.
Now this happened to my opponent once and the same thing happens but just as its about to go out it magically flies back in towards the net and it bounces...
THE GOOD: + Free game + Use of Mii's + Long gameplay + Great simulation with Wiimote + Decent graphics + Fitness/Training Modes
THE BAD: - Cannot gain skill points versusing friends (most of the time) - Not as enjoyable without friends - No online play
SUMMARY: The first ever Wii game, Wii Sports smashes, punches, putts, bowls, and bats to create a very simulation sports game. Using the Wiimote's and user-created Mii's, players can play one of the five sports against computers or friends. Users can choose between tennis, bowling, baseball, golf or boxing to play. Earn skill points versusing computers to reach the Pro status. You will also be informed through Wii mail for updates such as new Wii Sports players, Pro status and Wii Fitness Ages.
Gameplay Like many sports games, Wii Sports is the mix of five sport games in one. Each game brings their own different gameplay to the whole game, and experience to the player.
Tennis - My personal favourite of all the sports. Imagine your Wiimote as a tenni...
THE GOOD: - Perfect demonstration of the Wii controls - Long replayability - Use of Mii's - Impressive enough graphics - Doesn't cost you a penny
THE BAD: - No online play - Slightly simplified graphics - Might not find it as fun without friends
SUMMARY: Once again, Nintendo bring out an excellent release game for their new console, which demonstrates the Wii's capabilities perfectly with a few simple yet fun sport games. Before you play any other game for the Wii, you might want to pick this up as this is most certainly the best game to play to get used to the controls. Also make sure that you bring your friends round since the multiplayer modes on Wii Sports are great fun. As this is absolutely free, there is nothing to complain about!
Tennis - Very simple to grasp and great fun too, one of the best games to play with a friend. Simply swing the Wiimote to hit the ball. Make sure you have quite a bit of room too! All that swinging about could be destructive. The computer isn't so hard to beat ...