Summary: The xbox version was more fun although was good too. "There is no fear where love exists. Rather, perfect love banishes fear, for fear involves punishment, and the person who lives in fear has not been perfected in love.
Summary: The reviews that claim that you can win simply by waving actually are TRUE, For the early (easy opponents), my 4 year old can put up a good fight, because you dont necessarily need to time your swing. The game is much deeper than that, and that is wherre some may get confused. As your opponents improve, it is important that you have learned the skills of "charging up", "gaining focus" and creating spin, like real ping pong, the game is more about proper anticipation and...
Summary: I don't have Wii Play and never played this game on another system, so I can't speak to that, but man have I had fun playing this. The reviewer who said it takes a little time to get used to it is right, but I have spent more time playing this any other Wii Game I have. And although I usually win, I can still be beat every once in a while but a good computer opponent using a lot of spins. It's pretty good exercise too.
Summary: i have this on xbox 360 but decided to purchase it on the wii because i bought table tennis rackets also separately for the game which adds to the fun aspect. Very realistic game, for the price you cannot go wrong.
Summary: A good game, a little difficult and confusing at first with the whole button stuff to take into account but for table tennis lovers, it's a blast. My dad and I had lots of fun, the game was 2-nd hand but was (and still) is in excellent condition. I was very pleased. And I would highly recommend it.