Wii Sports Club (Wii U)
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- Platform: Nintendo Wii U
- PEGI Rating: Ages 7 and Over
- Media: Video Game
- Item Quantity: 1
Nintendo 2323246 - WII SPORTS CLUB
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Wii Sports at the time took gaming to a new level with it's new amazing hi-tec sensor controls. I have been a gamer for over 25 years and I loved the freshness of these sensor controls and which it gives these five sports games and many more great Wii games over the years. You can play Baseball, Bowling, Golf, Tennis or Boxing and each of the five sport games feel very close to the real thing which makes them great fun to play with friends and family. In fact try playing the boxing for one hour and your arms will start to really ache. I enjoy playing the Tennis most which is very fast and frantic and Bowling is a right laugh with my nine year old daughter and my sisters children.
You can play all games online now, with score boards and other stats. The graphics haven't really improved that much from the Wii version. All games use the superior MotionPlus controller's, which gives you better control. The best new feature is the use of the GamePad when playing Golf. You lay the GamePad on the floor and you can see the golf ball. Use the Wii controller over the top of the GamePad when taking a shot, for a even more realistic feel then before.
If for some chance you don't already own Wii Sports for your Wii, then you really should give Wii Sports Club a go for your Wii U. For everyone else I don't think there is enough different, to make this a worth while purchase if you own Wii Sports on the Wii already.
The original Wii Sports was one of the main drivers for Wii Sales when it came out, offering a unique opportunity (at the time) to play sports in your living room as if you were outside, able to swing a bat, Tee off, get a strike, play tennis and even knock you mate out!
That was in 2006......9 years later we get Wii Sports Club, and I reckon, if you squint really hard, you probably wouldn't know the difference! For a game to be released as a new game 9 years later and its gameplay not to have evolved in the slightest is border line criminal, and is extremely lazy on the part of the developers. I feel like I should explain why the gameplay is the same....but there is literally nothing to explain, everything is the same, you do everything exactly as you did back in 2006. The only difference regarding gameplay is you now Tee the ball from the gamepad, rather than the floor. This in itself has caused more problems for my son (and my wife) than the original method did.
There are some minor differences, namely the online option. Now you can play people online, meaning you don't need to get your mates round and cram them into the living room to enjoy the game, as well as being able to play with others all over the world. This in itself is probably the only major improvement of the game.
Okay, so the graphics have improved too, but because the Wii was so outdated (graphically) compared to the other systems of the same era (xbox 360, PS3), most Wii U games look massively improved compared to there Wii counterparts .Read more ›
Not much else to say. A bargain if you can find for £5-10.
There are five games: golf; tennis; baseball; bowling and boxing. The golf and bowling are enhanced versions of the original Wii Sports Resort game, but have enough additional twiddly bits to retain your interest. Examples include teeing off using the Game Pad and in regard to bowling, the ball's specific weight can be adjusted and additional points gained by hitting tabs.
The baseball takes a fair amount of getting used to as the player takes it in turns to bat and pitch. The boxing is also a little strange at first, but it's fairly energetic and fun. The tennis is also a little odd, especially the angles, but I like it.
In conclusion: I'll update this review as I become more au fait with the game itself. I do find that the Wii U suffers in comparison to its rival consoles, due to the fact that there's a limited number of games for it.
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No improvement over previous version. Too expensive for what it is.Published 6 months ago by Duncan