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Deca Sports 2 - Nintendo Wii

by Konami
Nintendo Wii
Everyone
3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (56 customer reviews) 49 / 100

Price: $20.64
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  • Demonstrate your skills in a new lineup of 10 challenging sports, including ice hockey, dodgeball, tennis, darts, speed skating, mogul skiing, petanque, kendo, motorcycle road racing and synchronized swimming
  • Learn about the games and get in valuable practice time in Tutorial mode
  • Create your own custom team, complete with names, colors, emblems, looks and sporting emblems, with the new team editor
  • Become a solo star with the Open Match (one game in one sport), Tournament (one sport, bracket-style), Challenge (complete a specified goal in a sport) or Deca League (vs. four teams in all 10 sports) options
  • Compete with friends and family in Open Match, Vs. and Tournament modes

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Deca Sports 2 - Nintendo Wii + Wii Sports Resort + Wii Play
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Product Details

  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B002CZ835U
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.4 x 0.6 inches ; 4.5 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: September 29, 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (56 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,881 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

Product Description

Product Description

Deca Sports, the hit sports compilation game is back with exciting multi-sport competition across 10 new sporting events in Deca Sports 2. With its easy-to pick up and play controls, Deca Sports 2 will make everyone in your family experts in a wide range of new sports.

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Do you have the skills and versatility it will take to achieve mastery over 10 very different and equally challenging sports? In Deca Sports 2, the series returns with a brand-new lineup of sports, including both familiar and lesser-known games, to put you to the test. Pick up your Wii Remote and jump into the competition to prove you have the makings of an impressive decathlete.

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Deca Sports 2

Overview
Prove your sports abilities across a wide array of activities in Deca Sports 2. This exciting new game lets you demonstrate your skills in ice hockey, dodgeball, tennis, darts, speed skating, mogul skiing, petanque, kendo, motorcycle road racing and synchronized swimming. Hone your skills in each sport in Tutorial mode, and create your own custom team with the new team editor in the Locker Room. Show off your skills in a variety of single-player options, including Open Match, Tournament, Challenge and Deca League, or compete with friends and family in local and online multiplayer Open Match, Vs. and Tournament modes.

Key Game Features:

  • Demonstrate your skills in a new lineup of 10 challenging sports, including ice hockey, dodgeball, tennis, darts, speed skating, mogul skiing, petanque, kendo, motorcycle road racing and synchronized swimming
  • Learn about the games and get in valuable practice time in Tutorial mode
  • Create your own custom team, complete with names, colors, emblems, looks and sporting emblems, with the new team editor
  • Become a solo star with the Open Match (one game in one sport), Tournament (one sport, bracket-style), Challenge (complete a specified goal in a sport) or Deca League (vs. four teams in all 10 sports) options
  • Compete with friends and family in Open Match, Vs. and Tournament modes
  • Challenge up to three additional players in local multiplayer as well as online multiplayer competition

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31 of 34 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A Decent MiniGame Compilation October 16, 2009
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
There is really noting to spoil about the game. Essentially it is just a minigame compilation that is budget priced and attempts to bring a new and fresh take to the world of motion sports. DECA Sports 2 features ten new sports such as Ice Hockey, Dodge Ball, Tennis, Darts, Speed Skating, Mogul Skiing, Petanque (throwing a jack, then throw balls to get them as close as possible to the jack), Kendo, Motorcycle Road Racing, and Synchronized Swimming. The good thing and bad thing about these types of games is that there are a large number of events that can cater to a large number of people, but there are also a large number of events that wont appeal to people. For example, I feel that Kendo, Petanque, and Tennis were awesome events, but Synchronized Swimming, Motorcycle Road Racing, and Ice Hockey were quite boring or difficult to grasp the controls. The games are fun and probably the most intense is Tennis.

Ultimately there is fun here for people who like multiplayer games, there is an online component but I do not really think it is all that fun to play online when there is no voice chat, text chat, or even any other way to interact with the other person. I could see that it was a great addition, but like other games, the fun here is had when you play with other people who are live.

The only other thorn here is the odd presentation. The only voice like sounds are those made from the character grunting and what not, but there is no announcer guy or lady, which makes the game feel empty at times. Of course this is a small point if you're having fun and laughing/trash talking a friend, but it would have been nice. Visually, the game looks like a game from the middle of the gamecube life cycle, flat textures, bland moments, and jagged lines are all present.
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22 of 25 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars At least it was better than the first one October 7, 2009
By LL
Fun: 3.0 out of 5 stars   
The only thing that made me get this game was the previous good reviews on some gaming websites. I played the first deca sports and it was horrible, the motion controls had lagged and im even surprised that the company could afford to make a second one. It seems that they did fix some of the problems from the previous games the motion contols do work very well and it is actually fun playing some of the sports like raceing. The thing is though, not all the sports are fun. There was only 2 i found addicting, basketball and racing. Another bad the about this game is that the graphics are poor but beside that this game is an improvement to the first one and can be fun at times
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30 of 40 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Not worth the time and money October 31, 2009
By Ross
Fun: 1.0 out of 5 stars   
This is possibly the single worst game that I have played on the Wii. The controls are, to use appropriate language, a complete joke. The games are also not that fun to begin with. The only game that had potential was dodge ball and that fell through once I found out that catching the ball, along with dodging it are next to impossible. I am blown away at the crap that game testers and companies let hit the shelves. One word describes this game, pathetic. Husdon doesn't even get points for effort. Complete waste of my time and hard earned money.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Deca Sports 2 is what the Wii was made for August 7, 2010
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I purchased Deca Sports 2 primarily because I practice kendo, and was interested to see if the game could capture some of the excitement of the sport. It exceeded my expectations in every way. The controls were intuitive and even modestly realistic (within reason for what one can hope for in a video game). The tactics of the game also were surprisingly accurate to real life (for example, the kote-men combination attacks, and the jodan/chudan stances). Movement of the kenshi was the most pleasant surprise - I half-expected to see the characters running at full sprint towards each other; instead they correctly step and lunge.) The end result is an experience that doesn't leave one saying "that's not what kendo is really like" - and yet, it was still easy to learn and execute the movements. If I had to say one negative thing, it would be that movement is linear between the two players, rather than some circling. But that is a minor complaint, and does not detract from the fun of the game.

The experience got better from there. The tournament and challenge game modes add variety and keep the game from losing its appeal. Designing your own team is also fun, and the option to play multiplayer online ensures day after day of fun from this game.

I chose to focus this review on one particular sport (of the 10 total on the disc) because I suspect that, like myself, most people interested in this game will have two or three sports that they like best, and rarely if ever touch the others. For me, that was Kendo, Mogul Skiing, and Road Racing (plus Tennis, though a tennis game comes with the Wii console). Odds are high that at least one of the three iterations of Deca Sports published on the Wii will have a sport that appeals to you. If so, I highly recommend them.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Fun Game Unfairly Rated May 1, 2010
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Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I got this game about the same time I got the more terrible Wii Game Factory 3 game and I have to say that this one is pretty good almost as well done as the Wii Resort game. Some people have complained about the control and sensitivity of the actions during game play but I haven't had that problem at all, most of the mini games focus on the timing of the motion of your remote action than just randomly swinging the remote or pushing buttons like with the kendo game or synchronized swimming game which rely on timing your moves specifically or with the flow of the other members of your team. The game is definitely a lot more fun than the previous mentioned game factory 3 game(That game is very atrocious with the wii remote action controls). The game allows you to make your own team of about five members and compete in the sports games from tennis to hockey an so on, you can also compete with other players online with the Wii's wi-fi connection if you want to, almost all the games are fun but you do have to practice with some of the moves and timing with certain games but the game does give you a practice tutorial to show you how to use your remote and sometimes the nunchucks for the sports game you've picked to play. The graphics are pretty good about the same as Wii resort and that's good enough for me, there are about ten games in all so you won't be bored by playing just one or two sports game and you can always play against someone else if you want to from a two person game to four persons which is of course a lot of fun. This is one game that I feel has been unduly blasted considering other games out there far more worse than this one is. So if you've playe the Wii sports or resort and are looking for something just as fun here's another great game to add to your Wii library...
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