Excerpt: Hudson has another hit on their hands with Deca Sports on the Nintendo Wii. This game includes Basketball, Soccer, Badminton, Archery, Kart Racing, Supercross, Beach Volleyball, Figure Skating, Curling, and Snowboard Cross.
Excerpt: The Wii has been a huge hit with its interactive sports games. Hudson Entertainment gets in on the action with Deca Sports for the Wii. With Badminton, Beach Volleyball, Super Cross, Basketball, Archery, Soccer, Snowboarding, Figure Skating, Kart Racing, and (of all things) Curling, Deca Sports...
Summary: Overall, two out of ten sports is a terrible ratio. In baseball, Deca would be batting .200, which for those of you who may not know, is quite bad. The overall package shows a lot of promise, and even beats Wii Sports in a few areas.
Pros: Curling can be quite fun., Archery offers a good challenge., More options than Wii Sports.
Cons: Most all other sports are bad., Sound is very basic., Graphics lack any style.
Summary: Sure, Deca Sports isn't anything revolutionary for the Wii and it lacks some of the polish of Wii Sports, but it does do some things right. I think a sequel to this game could probably fix some A.I.
Summary: If you own a Wii and you’re looking for a great bang for your buck, “Deca Sports” is easily a contender for that title. Even if you don’t like sports, the games included on the disc are so well-rounded that anyone of any age will most certainly find something they can enjoy.
Pros: -The 10 games are all very fun., -Huge amount of variety, from racing to figure skating., -Perfect difficulty curve for all ages., -Tons of single player content., -Inclusion of a “Controls” mode really fixed what appeared to be a broken game., -Deca Challenge minigames are all really fun., -Soli...
Cons: -Graphics are comparable to a generic PlayStation 2 title., -Frame rates seem very low in some games., -No option to use Mii characters, but that’s not Hudson’s fault., -Sound effects are extremely generic.
Summary: Deca Sports, known in some parts of Europe as Sports Island, is an athletic offering, pulling together ten sporting events and pushing the player to their limits, fully using the Nunchuk/Wiimote to control your Mii like characters, including multiplayer.
Excerpt: Wii Sports has long been a dominating force in showing off the versatility of the Wii's remote and nunchuck. The playability across its five events has made it a part of pop culture lexicon. It also has the advantage of being free.
Excerpt: When the Wii was released, everyone got a taste of what was to come as gamers got up from the couch to play their games. Packaged along with the console was Wii Play, a simple tech demo used to introduce players to motion-sensing and infrared controls.