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. Issues, and at the least, improve on some gameplay mechanics and graphical quality but still, the game is pretty fun if you play the right sports. Single player isn't bad but multiplayer is pretty good.
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. It was only a matter of time before the imitators showed up and recently Sega and EA have both taken a stab at the formula with mixed results. Next up is Hudson's DECA Sports.