Excerpt: I have to admit Wii Play Motion has turned out to be a disappointment for us here at Family Friendly Gaming. Not one of the mini games sticks out in our minds. There are twelve mini games in Wii Play Motion. They are Cone Zone, Veggie Guardin’, Skip Skimmer, Trigger Twist, Pose Mii Plus, Jump Park, Teeter Targets, Spooky Search, Wind Runner, Treasure Twirl, Flutter Fly, and Star Shuttle. A few are more aggravating than others.
Conclusion: Wii Play Motion offre une expérience de jeu très dispensable. Sorti depuis 2009, l'accessoire Wii Motion Plus n'a plus rien à démontrer. Son degré avancé de précision est avéré et il se peut que le public se soit déjà équipé. L'intérêt d'un tel bundle est donc discutable, mais le public de la Wii apprécie sans doute encore de trouver des party-game inédits.
Pros: Des mini-jeux inédits, Une télécommande exclusive rouge, Divertissant la première fois
Cons: Lassant dès la seconde visite, Un concept usé à la corde, Manque d'originalité et d'innovation
Exciting showcase of wacky mini-games with one shooter game.
Common Sense Media
22 September 2011
Summary: Parents need to know that Wii Play: Motion is a collection of mini-games created to highlight the abilities of the new Wii Remote Plus (although the games are all quite enjoyable on their own). One Wii Remote Plus comes packaged with the game, but you'll need to purchase more for multiplayer action or pull out the older, Wii MotionPlus add-on to the traditional Wii Remote controller.
Excerpt: The Wii is going through a software drought; games worth playing are few and far between, but Nintendo has a solution, a solution to stimulate a console that only has a handful of new titles worth even glancing at. Their plan: instead of just releasing another mini-game compilation for a console that has built its name on such party fare, they will bundle the game with a shiny new controller in the hopes of stimulating people’s interest in not only the game but the...
Summary: Twist, turn, and move like never before with 12 games that use the Wii Remote Plus controller. It’s a new realm of motion-controlled fun! In each game, you’ll use the controller to immerse yourself in the action!
Conclusion: The problem with Wii Play: Motion is not in what the game actually is but in its execution and in its timing. Sure, bundling a controller with a game that shows off the many features of the controller is a great way to get a new peripheral out to the consumer in the form of a bargain deal.