Summary: Everyone knows what this game is like - it's a little bit better and adds a couple of sporting events to the first game released a while ago. Kids will love it, adults will like it on a shivering cold evening with nothing better to do. But, the 3D feature is a hit-or-miss while a welcome enhancement. Remember, your 3D TV shows best picture when you are viewing it straight in line and at the center. As soon as you get up from your seat, it's a disappointment.
Summary: This really doesn't have the variety I had hoped, and the motion controller is SO sensitive I often make the wrong selections. I also wish the activities required movement more similar to that in real life.
Summary: Sports Champions 2 is okay. They could have made this more complex in that the features at least on the high-end required more input response and accuracy. Could have made this 60FPS. IDK but Tennis here just isn't what I expected. There is less control than Table Tennis from 1. Moving is no longer totally independent. It should have gone the other way imo. We should be seeing more control in games like Tennis. Frisbee is gone. WEAK. Utterly disappointing.
Summary: I was very excited to try this one out. My husband and I love the 1st one and use it as our primary exercise in the winter. We extremely enjoy the bowling and haven't had any problems but the archery doesn't calibrate as well as it did in the first Sports Champions. All in all, it is still fun to play but I'd wait a little bit for the price to drop before purchasing it.
Travaras T. Taylor "Psn ID/GT- TTime81WuzHere", Amazon
25 December 2012
Summary: Pros: You dont have to constantly calibrate the controllers like you did in the first one when playing single player. Boxing is real fun. Free dlc. Archery is back & still fun. More Avatar customization in this one. More balanced sytem when playing against AI this time around. Cons: Horrible 3D.
Summary: Pretty much the same as the first, main improvements are you no longer need to calibrate every time you start the game. You can still get a pretty good workout from the tennis and boxing. Career play is fun in the early stages, gets increasingly frustrating as you progress, especially tennis (I prefer Wii tennis :-)) Main draw is Party Play, this is really great for keeping a group of people entertained, watching your friends look goofy is almost as much fun as playing...