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Wii Play Motion with Black Wii Remote Plus

Platform : Nintendo Wii
45 customer reviews
Metascore: 60 / 100
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  • 12 new Party games that utilize the Wii Remote Plus controller
  • Game bundled with one black Wii Remote Plus controller
  • Get friends and family together for Wii Play: Motion parties
  • Multiplayer support for 2 or 4 players depending on the game
  • Optimal way for early adopters of the Wii to upgrade their existing Wii Remote to the Wii Remote Plus
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Twist, turn, and move like never before with 12 games that use the Wii Remote™ Plus controller. It’s a new realm of motion-controlled fun! In each game, you’ll use the controller to immerse yourself in the action! Grip it like an umbrella, then tilt it around your body to ride gusts that blow you up, down, and to the finish line of a windy race course. Use the controller like a supernatural fishing reel, hooking ghosts in a haunted house, then pulling them into a cage. Grab it like a mallet to defend your garden, smacking pests on the head or batting them into the distance. All of the games can be played in single-player and two-player modes, and four of the games can even bring in up to four players. (Additional accessories required for multiplayer mode. Sold separately.) But no matter how many people are going hands-on with the controllers, everyone in the room will get caught up in the big action of Wii Play: Motion! Wii Play: Motion includes one WiiRemote ™ Plus controller. Along with the 12 games, each with challenging game play and various modes, that adds up to a powerful package in motion-controlled gaming!

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Wii Play: Motion with Black Wii Remote Plus is a game bundle for Wii specifically designed to highlight the new Wii standard game controller included. Featuring 12 fun multiplayer party games included with a black Wii Remote Plus game controller, this bundle is the perfect incentive for early adopters of the Wii to gain the all-in-one precision benefits of the new controller as they upgrade from their existing original Wii Remote.

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12 Game, Wii Remote Plus Controller Bundle

Twist, turn, and move like never before with 12 games that use the Wii Remote Plus controller - it's a new realm of motion-controlled fun. In each game, you'll use the controller to immerse yourself in the action. Grip it like an umbrella, then tilt it around your body to ride gusts that blow you up, down, and to the finish line of a windy race course. Use the controller like a supernatural fishing reel, hooking ghosts in a haunted house, then pulling them into a cage. Grab it like a mallet to defend your garden, smacking pests on the head or batting them into the distance. All of the games can be played in single-player and two-player modes, and four of the games can even bring in up to four players. (Additional accessories required for multiplayer mode. Sold separately.) But no matter how many people are going hands-on with the controllers, everyone in the room will get caught up in the big action of Wii Play: Motion.

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The Games

Wii Play: Motion includes one Wii Remote Plus controller, along with the 12 games - each with challenging gameplay and various modes, that adds up to a powerful package in motion-controlled gaming. Games include:

  • Wind Runner - Tilt the Wii Remote Plus controller all around you to control the direction of an umbrella - riding the wind through a race course filled with gems.
  • Grappling Ghosts - Catch ghosts that fly out of from your television and surround your body. First, you'll search for a ghost with the Wii Remote Plus controller, which beeps faster as you bring it near the "invisible" ghost. Then you'll hook it with the controller, wrestle it back into your TV, then stuff it into a cage.
  • Teeter Targets - Flip a ball upward to break targets, holding the Wii Remote Plus controller like you're gripping the ends of a teeter-totter.
  • Veggie Guardin' - Smack garden pests on the head or bat them far away - twisting, turning, and swinging your Wii Remote Plus controller as you defend your vegetables.
  • Trigger Twist - Shoot your way through UFOs, ninjas, and dinosaurs. While holding the Wii Remote Plus controller, you'll move your arm to aim and turn your body to pivot - giving you the new experience of being surrounded by enemies and whirling to face them.
  • Skip Skimmer - Skip stones, by making that motion with the Wii Remote Plus controller in your hand, to get the highest number of skips you can on a lake or to earn the highest score on a floating obstacle course. Shuttle parts safely to a space station by tilting the Wii Remote Plus controller, as if the ship is in your hand, then firing thrusters with controller buttons.
  • Star Shuttle - Shuttle parts safely to a space station by tilting the Wii Remote Plus controller -- as if the ship is in your hand -- then firing thrusters with controller buttons.
  • Flutter Fly - Guide balloons through an aerial obstacle course by fanning them along with the Wii Remote Plus controller - fast, slow, and on all sides. You'll also scare off crows by pointing at them then pressing a button before the birds pop your balloons.
  • Cone Zone - Hold the Wii Remote Plus controller like an ice cream cone, then try to keep it in balance as more and more ice cream is piled on.
  • Treasure Twirl - Lower a diver to the bottom of the sea by twirling the Wii Remote Plus controller to unspool his cable, and dodge sharks and jellyfish by moving the controller left and right. After you grab the sunken treasure, you'll have to pull him all the way back up again.
  • Jump Park - Jump around a huge trampoline park by tilting the Wii Remote Plus controller at the exact angle you want to bounce next. You'll gather all the gems you can to earn a high score.
  • Pose Mii Plus - As your Mii character flies through space, you'll rotate the Wii Remote Plus controller in all directions to squeeze your character through silhouette-shaped holes in barriers before you crash through them. Your Mii will change its pose often, so you'll have to act fast.

The Wii Remote Plus Controller

The Wii Remote Plus Controller is the new standard controller for the Wii gaming system, shipping with new Wii systems as well as available for individual purchase in this bundle. Like the original Wii Remote before it, this new controller utilizes a triple axis accelerometer along with a built-in optical sensor that works in conjunction with the Wii sensor bar. Together this enables the recognition of player movement as well as gives the controller the ability to act as a pointing device used in-game. In addition, the Wii Remote Plus' gyroscope technology provides on-the-fly rotational motion recognition. Once available only to Wii players who purchased the additional Wii MotionPlus accessory for the Wii Remote, it is now built into a single standard unit.

Key Bundle Features

  • 12 new Party games that utilize the Wii Remote Plus controller
  • Game bundled with one black Wii Remote Plus controller
  • Get friends and family together for Wii Play: Motion parties
  • Multiplayer support for 2 or 4 players* depending on the game

* Additional accessories required. Sold separately.


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  • ASIN: B004W4S1S8
  • Product Dimensions: 5.6 x 7.7 x 2.3 inches ; 13.6 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: June 13, 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #16,025 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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73 of 78 people found the following review helpful By Nutwiisystem.Com on June 17, 2011
The Wii MotionPlus came out almost exactly two years ago as an attachment to the old Wii Remote. While the original Wii remote could detect basic movements, the MotionPlus has built-in gyroscopes which can detect rotational movement and more fine movement.

Nowadays for new Wii units, the MotionPlus is built into all new Wii remotes, which are now called "Wii Remote Plus". Just to be clear, there is no functional difference between an old Wii remote with MotionPlus attachment and the new "Wii Remote Plus" other than aesthetics (while the old Wii remote measures 7 1/2 inches with the attachment, the new Wii Remote Plus is six inches, the same size as the old Wii remote). Out of habit, I'll continue to call it MotionPlus throughout this review.

In the last two years, it seems that not many game developers have really taken advantage of the MotionPlus; in fact, to date only three (Wii Sports Resort, FlingSmash, and Red Steel 2) actually require it. For most other games where the MotionPlus is optional, you can hardly notice the difference. A shame, because at its best, the MotionPlus can produce fine motor control that rivals the Playstation Move and the Xbox Kinect. I'm guessing that Wii Play Motion is Nintendo's attempt to get more people to adopt it and thus encourage more developers to develop for it (just as the original Wii Play got many people to purchase a second Wii remote).

Wii Play Motion in many ways feels like a game that should have come out two years ago. It feels more like a collection of games designed to show off the capabilities of the MotionPlus than actual games that you'll take off the shelf and play over and over. Having said that, they do this very, very well.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Bob Emmerich on June 21, 2011
I'm writing this review mostly for details I couldn't find elsewhere.

First - this game is only 4 player on 4 games out of 12 (1/3) so I felt a bit cheated. The rest are all 1 or 2 player.
Whack-a-mole, skip-a-rock, ghostbusters, whirligig. (not real names)
Second - only 4 games available to start, after you play those 4 1 time each you unlock the next 4, after playing those 4 1 time each you unlock the last 4. Each game takes about 3 minutes so in less than 1/2 hr. all are unlocked.
Third - this game is like the fun additional mini-games in WiiFitPlus or Sports Resort more than Wii Play (which I hated and traded-in ASAP). The graphics make a more coherent game (though still just choosing from a screen) than the mishmash styled "Play". Games also have modes and additional levels so the games can vary a bit. I don't recall Play having much if any of this.

Overall the games are familiar but expanded upon in new ways for extra fun. The split screen shooting game adds a new dimension, whack-a-mole has fruit and Miis. the ghostbuster game is unique. If you view it as a $15 quickie multi-player game and a $35 WiimotePlus you'll get your money's worth. (I'm giving away my 4 yr. old grimy white Wiimote and annoying-to-change-the-batteries add-on Plus.)

Disclaimer - I have 2 young sons who will be playing this alot, and their parents with them occasionally.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Cherise Kachelmuss TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on August 3, 2011
I really like the Wii titled games like "Wii Party" and "Wii Sports" so I knew "Wii Play Motion" would also be fun. First off "Wii Play Motion" is a great value as it comes with a black Wii Motion controller as well as the game! There are 12 games to choose from and then within each game are additional levels you can unlock. When you first play the game though there are only five games available that you have to play to unlock the other games, so it is a fun little challenge. After completing each game it will display your time or points, then ranking and if you earned a medal.
Games Available:
* Cone Zone
* Veggie Guardin'
* Skip Skimmer
* Trigger Twist
* Pose Mii Plus
* Jump Park
* Teeter Targets
* Spooky Search
* Wind Runner
* Treasure Twirl
* Flutter Fly
* Star Shuttle
While all the games use similar motions and movements that you are probably already used to and familiar with, the games are still fun and different. My sons love watching me play it, especially Cone Zone because its ice cream! I also never realized how sensitive and different the Wii Motion controller is, different in a good way! Each game is bright, colorful and while they are simple, it is a challenge to unlock new levels and achieve better rankings. My husband and I like to compete on the challenges. You can also play this game with up to four players but it does require the Wii MotionPlus controllers. This is a great game for family time, friendly competition or just to unwind.
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18 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Michael Kerner HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on June 13, 2011
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There is so much that you can say about the Nintendo Wii, and its influence on gaming for the past 5 years, from the motion of playing with a remote, to balancing with you weight and exercise through Wii Fit, Nintendo showed that it has appealed more to gamers young and old than what Sony & Micrsoft had showcased for the hardcore fans wide over. Now that Sony & Microsoft are trying to do what Nintendo had preveiled on with the Wii, the gaming has left a sour taste into the PS3 & the Kinnect's mouths. As for Nintendo, they are already heading to the next era with the upcoming Wii U, and the Nintendo 3DS. But with all the hype, that doesn't mean that there are some great games to catch and enjoy for the Nintendo Wii. That handles well, with the new Wii Play Motion.

Wii Play Motion for the Nintendo Wii, is the sequel to the classic Wii Play game which was wildly popular when it came out in 2007. Like Wii Play, Wii Play Motion handles well, and also includes a extra Wii-mote controller. This one includes Wii Motion Plus built right in the controller, a great additon for anyone looking for a extra controller, for anyone who owns Wii Sports Resort. The game includes 12 mini-games that use the control well, like Wind Runner, where you control your Mii in a race to see who gets swept away to the finish line first, and Teeter Targets, where you control a balance beam (like Breakout with a twist,) as you control your ball and break blocks to score points. The graphics look good, and stand out as well as the classic Wii games have shown all this time, and the control is worth its while. Yet, there are a few disadvantages to the game. One of them is that it can be boring playing it alone, but if you're playing it with others than it isn't a bad experience.
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