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Swordplay: I started out with Swordplay and found it really fun, immediately unlocking Speed Slice, where objects are thrown at you and you must slice them in the right direction before your opponent. In Showdown you face a whole horde of opponents and in the later levels, you can't just bash your sword around--you actually need strategy. This is one of my favorites.
Wakeboarding: This was okay, but my sister rocks at this! You have to ride behind a boat on a board and do amazing tricks to get points.
Frisbee: This has two levels: Frisbee Dog and Frisbee Golf. In the Frisbee Dog version you have to throw a Frisbee at the target, so a dog can catch it. In Frisbee Golf you basically play golf with a Frisbee. This was fun, and the dogs are ADORABLE!
Archery: This was boring and easy at first, but as you try to shoot far-away targets it becomes hard.
Basketball: as a horrible basketball player, I had a very hard time with this. But I actually got three or four three-pointers, so....wow!
Table Tennis: This is basically a 6-pt game of Table Tennis. I read lots of complaints about the sync of the remote here, but I had no problems. Then again, I've only played it twice...
Golf: In Wii Sports I was REALLY bad at this. But this was a pleasant surprise: Easier, quicker, and a very responsive remote. I enjoyed this.Read more ›
Swordplay: there are three games - two two player games and one one player game. In Dual you have a sword fight with another player (either human or against the Wii). The object is to win two rounds. In Speed Slice you play against another player to see who can slice objects the fastest. The first player to get 10 points is the winner. Showdown is a one player game where you fight enemy sword fighters. The game ends when you are either hit three times or you defeat all the enemies in the area. All three games are quick to play and relatively easy to win.
Wakeboarding: up to four players can play this game. iT has three levels: beginner, intermediate, and expert. This game can take a little getting used to in holding the remote correctly and using it to go over the wake but once you get adjusted it is a lot of fun. My favorite part is trying to do some tricks not very easy but a lot of fun when I managed it.
Frisbee has two games: In Frisbee Dog you throw the Frisbee eight times and have a dog try to catch it. In the middle of the game there is an extra challenge to pop balloons. The other game is Frisbee Golf with a choice of three holes, nine holes, or eighteen holes. Both games are fun but I prefer Frisbee Dog. Frisbee Golf seems unnecessary as there is a regular Golf game included in this.
Archery: up to four can play this game. There are three levels - beginner, intermediate, and expert. Using the Wii remote and nunchuk you get 12 shots over four stages to get the highest score possible.Read more ›
There are twelve basic categories of games. These are: swordplay, wakeboarding, frisbee, archery, basketball, table tennis, golf, bowling, power cruising, canoeing, cycling, and air sports. Within each category are mini-games. So for example in the swordfighting area you can do duels, speed slice challenges, and showdown challenges. Most of the games are fine single player, but some do require multiplayer to work.
As with most games of this type, different areas will appeal to different people. I know some friends who adore the golf area. I happen to adore the swordfighting challenges and the air challenges - i.e. flying an airplane around the entire island. That's the beauty of the large selection, that something is sure to appeal to different people in your household.
The controls are easy to learn. You want to slash your sword? Just draw it down in front of you as if your Wiimote was an actual sword. These are games that anybody can pick up fairly quickly.
Also, they're suitable for all ages. A grandparent and grandchild can have fun playing table tennis against each other.
It's important to note that you need the Wii MotionPlus component to your WiiMote. Newer WiiMotes have this built in. Older WiiMotes had to have this plugged in as an add-on in their base. So be sure to check the WiiMotes you own to make sure they can handle the MotionPlus.
Are there any down sides here? The games aren't very intricate. If you are a hard core golf fanatic and want to play realistic models of Pebble Beach, this probably isn't the game for you.Read more ›
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My 8 year old LOVES this game. He could play for hours. Very great game.Published 6 days ago by Loving Life
Bought this for my grandson's 5th birthday and he loves it! Some of the games are a little advanced for him right now but many of them he is getting great at. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Duzduz
Lot's of fun for the whole family. Archery alone is worth the purchase.Published 16 days ago by Gen X Dad
Bought the game a couple of months ago and it didn't work. Unfortunately I live outside of the U.S. so it would be too expensive to mail back to seller. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Roselyn Bisonga