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Wii Sports Review :

GSP- Wii Sports

by AlexGETsomePIE Sep 17, 2010

There really isn't much to say about the game. It's been packaged with almost every that has been released to date, and it's an okay game. Unfortunately though, it's just okay and nothing spectacular.

There are six different things you can choose from. Bowling, Golf, Tennis, Baseball, Boxing, seeing your "fit age (or something along the lines of that) and training. Most of the time you'll find yourself standing up while playing this game as it utilizes the Wii remote. You swing when you bat, you make a bowling motion when you bowl, etc. The good part about this is that the Wii remote is pretty responsive, so you never find yourself getting frustrated over it. You play using your Mii, which is a little virtual character that you can customize pretty much just their head. Training is pretty much selecting what kind of "mini" game you want to do, or sub-games of the main game. As I said, there isn't much to say about this game except it's just okay.

  CheatsGuru rating and opinion
5Story line
There is no story line to the game, but giving any less or more than a 5 would be unfair to other games.
They aren't good, Nintendo could have done better. It is a launch game though, so the graphics weren't expected to be amazing.
The music is pretty good. Not spectacular, but pretty good. It's better than most games, but unfortunately it's mostly sound effects and the main intro music. The sound effects fit the graphic style pretty well, but wouldn't fit in a game with better graphics.
The gameplay is good, while it lasts. You'll find yourself having a lot of fun regardless of the graphics.
5Lasting Appeal
The Lasting Appeal isn't very good. After buying another game for the Wii you'll probably find yourself ditching Wii Sports completely. There is very little replay value to the game.
(Out of 10)


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