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Big Beach Sports

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    4.3 4.3 from 34 reviewers
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    6.6 6.6 from 8 reviewers
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    5.6 5.6 from 17 reviewers
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    4.8 4.8 from 24 reviewers
  • Graphics (28)
    5.1 5.1 from 28 reviewers
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    4.1 4.1 from 11 reviewers
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    5.0 5.0 from 3 reviewers
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    4.3 4.3 from 2 reviewers
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Big Beach Sports

The Big Beach Sports video game for the Nintendo Wii was developed by HB Studios and published by THQ. Released in North America on June 2008, Big Beach Sports is noted for being the third game for the Wii console to feature Nintendo DS connectivity.

With Wii-DS Connectivity, the player can personalize his Big Beach Sports character using a DS to draw the character’s face. This drawing can then be uploaded back into the Wii and be used as the face of the player’s character.

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Big Beach Sports

The Big Beach Sports video game for the Nintendo Wii was developed by HB Studios and published by THQ. Released in North America on June 2008, Big Beach Sports is noted for being the third game for the Wii console to feature Nintendo DS connectivity.

With Wii-DS Connectivity, the player can personalize his Big Beach Sports character using a DS to draw the character’s face. This drawing can then be uploaded back into the Wii and be used as the face of the player’s character.

Gameplay

This sports game for the Wii features six different sports: American Football, Volleyball, Soccer, Bocce, Cricket and Disc Golf. These six sports have simplified rule sets, nonrealistic physics, and take place in a beach resort setting.

Big Beach Sports character’s movements and actions are controlled only through the Wii Remote. None of the six sports require any other peripheral such as the Nunchuck. The game has both a single-player mode and a multiplayer mode.

WIth a multiplayer mode, up to 4 people can play at the same time. For the Bocce and Disc Golf games, 4 players take turns with their character.

In single player mode, the player can choose from either Tournament or Quick Play games. Big Beach Sports’ Tournament mode pits the player against a progressively more difficult computer opponent. With each game and each win, the player’s character will receive Skill Points in a specific sport. These Skill Points will determine the difficulty setting of the computer when playing Quick Play matches. Skill Points for each sport max out at 999 points.

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  • Cant use multi player function

    We have been trying to play sports island using multi player function, every time we click on this we only get to use one control? all controls are fully charged, any idea what we are doing wrong?

    (No answers yet. Write an answer!) 2009-02-15

  • How do i connect Wii Remotes in Big Beach Sports

    I have a Question. Last night I got Big Beach Sports and this morning I was playing it but couldn't figure out how to connect another wii remote to the wii, can some body help me out.

    (No answers yet. Write an answer!) 2009-01-16

  • How can more than one person play ont this game

    me and my husband tried to play on this game but for some reason only one player keeps showing up, my control doesnt turn on so i can play what should i do how can both me and my husband play???

    Answered by kbrozio 2008-12-31:

    Your controller doesn't turn on? Check the batteries? make sure the connections are

    Answered by rizjabbar 2009-03-24:

    it seems like a lot of us are facing this issue and no answer is available. One place I read is to get the remote hooked to wii as in wii sport... first thing i do today when I go home is to hook the remote through wii sport and then change the CD to beach sport... and see if that works? still it would not help me in connecting the third or fourth

    Answered by unixred 2009-06-24:

    All you have to do, is hit the "home" button and you will be able to add controllers. Hit "home" and then click on wii remote settings at the bottom. You will then click on "reconnect" and start all of the other remotes "1" and "2" buttons together. As many as 4 can join. Love this game, it's simple and

    Answered by mkopsho 2009-07-07:

    It helps to know you are adding wii remotes in the wii not just this game. This answer 'all you have to do is hit the "home" button and then click on "wii remote settings"all you have to do is hit the "home" button and then click on "wii remote settings" When that's active you probably have to click on "reconnect" and then you can start adding the other remotes...' Is the the best answer - just know you are changing setting in the wii not this game. wii sports didn't need this because the game had the option to add wii remotes, but now is the first time I've ever had to add remotes through the wii menus. Once I realized that is what I was doin it was cake.

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