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Wii Play with Wii Remote

by Nintendo
Nintendo Wii
3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (917 customer reviews) 58 / 100

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  • Wii Play with Wii Remote (Includes Gel Jacket)

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  • Product Dimensions: 7.8 x 5.5 x 2.5 inches ; 14.1 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: February 13, 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (917 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,228 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

Wii Play collects nine quick and addictive games that are easy to pick up and play and hard to put away. Thanks to the intuitive controls of the Wii Remote, even the most inexperienced gamers will have no trouble mastering the controls. <p> Wii Play features nine separate mini-games, including the following: <li>Shooting Range, a point-and-fire game of target practice in the Duck Hunt tradition. <li>Billiards, a simplified variation of nine-ball with stunningly realistic physics that uses your Wii Remote as your pool cue. <li>Find Mii, in which you scan the crowds to find the right Mii—and Miis you and your friends created make an appearance. <li>Tanks!, in which you command a toy tank on a miniature battlefield in a gauntlet of 100 missions. <li>Other games include Pose Mii, Table Tennis, Fishing, Charge!, and Laser Hockey. <p> Every game features a multiplayer mode, so you and your friends can compete for the high score or go head to head to see who’s the best. Wii Play comes with a white Wii Remote so that your friends can join in the action. (Nunchuk not included.)

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1,155 of 1,171 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars 10$ game with 40$ remote. March 4, 2007
By Bipi101
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
This rating is based on the theory that this is a 10$ game bundled with a remote. Only worth buying because it comes with remote, other than that, it should be in the 15$ bin. I give this a 5 star fun rating because for 10$ (10$ game +40$ remote), you really get your money worth with multiplayer. I am going to review each mini game and then the game as a whole.

The games:

Shooting: Easily could have just turned this into duckhunt instead of releasing a real duckhunt game later this year. This game is a fun shooter, however the targets (once you played each level a few times) generally appear in the same locations as the previous time you played the level. This game is slightly more fun for a single player competiting for a high score. Playing against a human opponent is more of a battle of who can shoot the targets first, which if you are playing against a new player or some one who is slow with the remote, it's not fun for them. But overall a fun shooter for a single player or 2 skilled players.

Find Mii: This is a really fun game, but only if you have a few miis created on your console. As you progress through the levels it can be very challenging and even though there are only a few objectives, the variety of levels makes the game worth playing. It can be fun for 2 people as well, however you should gain time instead of points in multiplayer. (Single player you gain time instead points) Where you can get to very high levels in single player, (the game only appears to end when you run out of time, I'm not sure if there is a level limit) you can't in multiplayer because you don't gain time. Overall a fun, brain-teasing game.

Pose Mii: The worst game on here. Very boring, repetative, and for the most part: pointless.
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238 of 260 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Does not include the Wii NuChuck August 29, 2008
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
This review is written for parents who are buying this for their kids:

Please note that this package does not include all the controllers you need to add a second player for most Wii games. The Wii Nunchuck is necessary for roughly 75% of the games available for the Wii. Even one of the games in Wii Play, the Tank game, requires you to have a Wii Nunchuck for all players... which means if you only bought this package in order to add a 2nd player you would still not have all the controllers you need for two people to play it. They probably didn't add the NunChuck to this package because it would've raised the price to $70. Beyond that, I have no complaints about the Wii Play games themselves, they are simple and fun and they make for a nice bonus. However, please be advised that you will need to also buy a Wii NunChuck if you are buying this in order to let your child play most of the games on his Wii with a friend.

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123 of 132 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars EXTREME FUN FOR THE CASUAL GAMER February 6, 2007
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
OK, so I am a casual gamer. That is OK. If you like games that are extremely fun for short bursts, like the original wii sports, you'll like this game. It is great. Most of the games are shallow, and suprisingly the tank-like game is one of the best of the bunch. But what is not to love about a decent representation of target shooting, pool, and ping pong. Come on, how deep do these need to be? Listen, my wife has gamed more in the last few weeks with the wii than she has in the last 6 years without it. That says something. Halo three this isn't. A fun game that is approachable by all of your non-gamer friends for an hour of absolute joy, this is.
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280 of 309 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Wii Remote + Shareware Quality Game = Overpiced Wii Remote September 18, 2007
Fun: 2.0 out of 5 stars   
I highly advise against buying this. Allow me to expalin...

Let's lay out the facts: A Wii Remote Controller on its own is $39.99. This Wii Remote + Wii Play game is $49.99. In essence, you are paying $39.99 for the Wii Remote and the remaining $10 for the game packed in.

Since you could just buy the remote separately what you really need to know is: "If I want another Wii Remote, should I pay an extra $10 for the Wii Play game?"

The answer is NO.

The Wii Play game is a collection of mini games in the vein of Wii Sports. The catch is that this time the games have far, far less appeal.

While we have logged countless hours on truly fun games like Wii Sports, Rayman Raving Rabbids, and Mario Party 8, it took my wife and I only about 20 minutes to play through the entire Wii Play collection and not a single mini-game left us wanting to play it again. In fact, each game on Wii Play reminded me of cheesy freeware games you can download or play online at "cure for boredom" sites.

If, after reading this, you are still just dying to try it, I say: Borrow it from a friend. No friends have it? Ask yourself why. Then, if you STILL want to play it, go rent it. Spend $5 on a rental and discover for yourself that Wii Play has no "Rii" Play value.
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39 of 44 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Meh... Only worth it if you want the extra Wiimote February 19, 2007
Fun: 3.0 out of 5 stars   
This "game" is barely a game at all, it's more of a tutorial on how to use the Wiimote (included) and Nunchuk (not included). In fact, the first time you play through it, that's exactly what it's like... you can only play one game to start, and playing through it unlocks the next game. Each game teaches an additional skill or feature of using the Wiimote, building on the steps before it, until you've unlocked all the games and explored all the various modes of control.

Unfortunately, there's nothing really fun or compelling about any of the games that would make you want to spend any time playing them. There's just so little replay value as to make the game itself practically worthless. At a retail price of $49.99, it's a good thing they include a Wiimote, because the game itself is not worth the $10 difference between this and the cost of just buying a Wiimote by itself. I had hopes that at least a few of the games would be as compelling as the ones in Wii Sports, but no such luck. Billiards had some promise, but in general the gameplay is so shallow it's almost painfully boring to play. The Tanks game might have a little bit of replay value, but not much. Even as a tutorial this game can be a little boring and pointless at times.
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