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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.
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 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:
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.
* Additional accessories required. Sold separately.
The games on this are pretty basic, but they can be enjoyable with children or large group activities and such. I got it pretty much exclusively for the extra Wiimote. Read morePublished 20 months ago by DMcnl
I got this for my nephew, and boy does it make a difference in using this remote in comparison to the remote that has the Motion Plus attachment on it. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Katherine Chan
Going from the 'plug in' motion plus add-ons to one built in the remote, I can definately say the ones built into the remote are the only way to go, if you want motion plus. Read morePublished on March 9, 2013 by J. Bruha
I bought it for the remote. Since it cost as much as a remote without the game, I figured an added game would be nice. The game has a few good games to play. Read morePublished on January 15, 2013 by A. Kariithi
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I actually just purchased this [[ASIN:B004W4S1S8 Wii Play Motion with Black Wii Remote Plusbecause it came with the new MotionPlus... Read more
Along with wii sports motion and wii sports resort this game is my #3 game but considering It was almost free after remote and I needed one, greatdealPublished on January 10, 2013 by B. lostalo
I got this game as I wanted to upgrade my regular wii remotes to the wii remote plus so I got this since it is basically the same price or only maybe less than 5 bucks more than... Read morePublished on January 4, 2013 by hungergames4
This order never even showed up, my kids were very disappointed! And the # I had for postal trcking proved to be absolutely useless as wellPublished on December 28, 2012 by Douglas White