Conclusion: The game supports 16 players over LAN or Internet play. Internet multiplayer uses the Starport matchmaking system. It is here where you can customize your ship, name your character and play against other players. The online play is quite enjoyable and addictive.
Excerpt: Nintendo has created much hype with their Wii Sports collection ever since they showcased it at their E3 Conference in 2006. They were even so confident in this collection to package it for free with the US console, a first since the SNES.
Pros: Great game to show off the potential of Nintendo's new controller.
Cons: Not a great game to show off the potential of the graphics on Nintendo's new system.
Excerpt: Whoever owns a Wii console already knows what I’m talking about. For all the others let’s just say that this review also provides a very good reason to buy a Wii for yourselves. The facts... The game was first released in 2006 with the Wii console included in the pack.
Pros: Great multiplayer experience, innovative controls
Cons: Poor graphics, motion-sensing system doesnt work well at times
Excerpt: For people who did most of their videogame playing back in the 80s and 90s, the intricacy of modern games throws up a substantial barrier to reentering the hobby. When I first played the GameCube at a friend's house five years ago, after having not played any games in the preceding three years, the...
Conclusion: Is two paragraphs enough? What the hell else am I supposed to tell you? You put the game in, you pick a sport (of five) and follow simple motions to make your bouncy little person perform (usually) a single action.
Conclusion: This game makes a great first impression, and will keep you occupied for a few hours, but unfortunately not much longer than that. The choice in games is limited to five, and of those only Tennis and Bowling really leap out at you and feel really special.