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What’s your favorite Wii game so far?

Hi everyone!

Share your favorite Wii game!

I think mine is a cross between Wii Sports and Wii Active.

What are your favorite Wii games?

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What’s Your Favorite Wii Game?

You know, the other day someone asked me what my favorite Wii game was, and I honestly couldn’t pick just one.

Wii Fit and Wii Sports are at the top of the list, but I like them all! And, Mario Party 8 is another favorite of mine (and my niece as well), 

What are YOUR (or your kids) favorite Will games?

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Wii Scoop Blog Review: Wii Sports

If you are thinking about purchasing a Will, but worried how much additional games will cost, you can stop worrying. Wii Sports comes with the Wii consoles, and will keep you and/or your kids occupied for quite a while!

Wii Sports contains five games:

  • Tennis
  • Boxing
  • Golf
  • Baseball
  • Bowling

Here are a few facts about each game:

Tennis:  Up to four players can play (you will need four Wii controllers).  As you, or your Mii play, other Miis will cheer for you on the sidelines.  It’s pretty realistic, and the sound effects are excellent. So excellent that my dog always thinks there is an actual ball being hit, so he runs around the living room in frenzy.

Baseball:  You will be batting and pitching during this game, but the Miis will run from base to base on their own. When batting, the Wii will let you know if you swung too early or too late. As you play, you’ll notice other players on your team are from the Mii characters you crated. The cheering crowd adds a fun element to this game.

Bowling:  When bowling, you can move your Wii right, left, front and back depending on how many pins you are trying to knock down. You will be bowling alongside other Miis, and the Miis that you created will be behind you cheering you on. Make SURE that your writs strap is securely fastened around your wrist. I sound like the Wii’s warning message, but it’s very easy to accidently let the remote go flying out of your hand and into the TV. Not that I’d know anything about that…:)

Golf:  In golf, you can play a 3 hole or 9 hole game, at the beginner, intermediate, or expert level. The graphics are pretty incredible on this game. You can select from a driver, wedge, iron, or putter. The nice thing about golf is that you are able to take some practice swings before each hole. Trust me, that comes in handy. Golf has some nice extras such as a course map, wind direction, and it tells you how many yards you hit your ball, and how far you have to go.

Boxing:  This is fun game to get frustrations out. Now your kids can box each other’s Mii characters, and not each other! You see lots of fellow Miis in the crowd. The boxing game offers tips on punches and protecting yourself from the other Mii’s punches coming at you.

All in all, the Wii Sports games are fun for all ages. The graphics, sound effects, and realistic aspects of the games will keep you entertained for quite some time.

Coming up next: Tips on how and where to find your Wii system and games, both online and off, along with lots more game reviews…

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