Summary: I wanted a sports game and in particular golf for the Wii U. Game was <£12 so worth the money but nothing special unfortunately - I think the playability and response times of Wii Sports is still better and that's nearly 10yrs old!
Summary: First of all, I would like to say, I got my copy included in a Bundle deal with my Wii U... and I can see why it is part of a bundle, because there is no way someone would purposely go out to buy this (no offense to those thinking it is a Wii Sports U style game, we have all been had) First of all let me talk you through how well it uses the Wii U system...
Summary: I bought Sports Connection thinking it was gonna be like the Sports games on the Wii - but no - this is Ubisoft's version and they have made a boring rubbish imitation version. It has terrible graphics for what the Wii can do and terrible controls. Save your money - avoid this rubbish Ubisoft game.
Summary: Do not buy this game. It is not a Wii Sports, it is a terrible excuse for a game that should never have been a Wii U launch game. Given that the Wii U boasts a brilliant new controller this game doesn't do it justice. The only 'entertaining' game is the driving but its not worth it for even that. Wait until there's a proper Wii Sports U because this is a total waste of money. Not recommended at all.
Summary: Sports Connection's biggest problem is that it feels like it was slapped together in a matter of months, with seemingly little interest to exist beyond merely existing - someone had to make motion-controlled tennis, right? Noble perhaps to take one for the team like that, but families looking to replicate that Wii Sports magic this hardware launch are better off with a ticket to Nintendo Land.