Baseball, bowling, boxing, golf and tennis have all been reworked for the Wii Motion Plus controller, HD resolution and online competition. The controls are a little more difficult to master than before, but the payoff is very satisfying. When you first load the game, it will ask you many options about going online and how you wish to interact with others.
Average rating:3out of5stars, based on0reviews Fun alone or with friends There is not much to say about this game, especially if you have played Wii Sports on the original Wii who hasn't?
The gameplay is very similar, graphics are now in HD so that is obviously a big difference since most people now have HD televisions. It is still a lot of fun and you can now play online with strangers or with friends. This is the same software that has been available on eShop for a while, there is no need to purchase this if you have already downloaded it, but if you don't, this is cheaper than buying games individually or renting them for a long period.
The mini-games are being released individually as downloads on the Nintendo eShop with HD graphics, enhanced controls via the Wii MotionPlus and online multiplayer versus modes. Players will be registered to regional clubs and able to interact with one another via Miiverse during matches.
Golf is much closer to reality with the game pad as you actually have to aim arrow on screen and give the club the right angle. Golf is the most drastic change from the original Wii game. So here is why I removed two stars: A few of the games, if not all, require Wii Remotes Plus controllers or Wii remotes and the Motion Plus attachment so your old Wii remotes may not work.
Also, for the full experience you need two remotes per player for the boxing game, there is no nunchuck compatibility it seems.
For Bowling, at least, you can use one remote for multiple players, a bit annoying but at least they gave us the option.
I removed one star because sometimes the remote's position does not reflect the actual position on the screen, which ruins your hits baseball and tennis. See more.