Summary: This is the one that started it all for the Wii. Came originally as a pack-in game to showcase the Wii and its new capabilities. Comes with five basic sports including boxing, bowling, baseball, golf, and tennis. Each sport includes practice modes and varying levels of difficulty.
Summary: Highly satisfied with this sports game because it gets you moving around. It's a great way to avoid being a coach potato. I play the tennis game to get off my coach and exercise- no kids are needed. You can definitely work yourself up and at the same time laugh and have fun.
Summary: This game for the Wii is Awesome!! The whole family can play baseball, tennis, golf, bowling, and boxing in the comfort of our living room. The remote can be used to mimic the actions from all of the sports, making you feel like you are truely part of the game.
Summary: This game has seemed to awaken a newfound video game enjoyment for my 42 year old husband---not sure if that's a good thing or a bad thing quite yet. My boys ages 6 & 7 both seem to fancy it as well and it's the most exercise they've had since Christmas break began so I suppose that's an added...
Summary: As you get older and your knees don't work as well at bending like in regular sports especially bowling, it's great to still be able to exercise and have fun!!! I even got a three hundred in bowling a few years ago and it was thrilling!!!!
Summary: So I was excited to get this game just for baseball and boxing. Then I bought this game and it was not really that fun. The controls were sticky. They obviously put in some effort. But the end result concludes to not a great game.