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Nintendo WII Remote PLUS Black + WII Sports: Resort

alaTest has collected and analyzed 83 reviews of Nintendo WII Remote PLUS Black + WII Sports: Resort. The average rating for this product is 4.4/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other Nintendo Wii Games for all reviews. Reviewers really like the price and controls. The gameplay and design also get good feedback.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo Wii Games the Nintendo WII Remote PLUS Black + WII Sports: Resort is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 89/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by: Cathlin "Catastrophe" Sentz (ztgamedomain.com)

Wii Sports Resort

 

More concerned with your well being than you are. The proof-of-concept that was Wii Sports has gone on vacay, and now its dated self looks downright dull compared to this...

WiiMotionPlus ; Wuhu Island and presentation ; Stamps ; Archery, swordplay, bowling, ping-pong and golf

Games are hit and miss ; No online ; Recalibration and other nagging habits

Jan, 2011

Expert review by: Nick_Tan (gamerevolution.com)

Wii Sports Resort Review

 

That game that comes with the Wii Motion Plus.

Casual, family-friendly title; Great multiplayer fun; Decent assortment of mini-games

Some mini-games miss the mark; Sometimes don't have full control of avatars; $75 in extra Wii Motion Pluses

Jul, 2009

Expert review by: Ryan Scott (gamespy.com)

Wii Sports Resort

 

Look like a dork, and have fun doing it.

Great party game; Wii Motion Plus makes it far better than its predecessor

A few fairly weak mini-games; not nearly as much fun playing on your own

Jul, 2009

Expert review by: Kyle (gamefreaks365.com)

Wii Sports review

 

Wii Sports made its inaugural debut at E3 2006 when Nintendo President Satoru Iwata, legendary developer Shigeru Miyamoto and PR rock star Reggie took to the stage to play a friendly game of tennis on their new Wii home console. Nintendo had said at...

If you were looking at Wii Sports as the Wii's demo showcase, you're probably going to be happy with what you find. Nintendo did a good job of fleshing out these simple games to make them feel like a full game. More importantly though, Wii Sports shows...

Expert review by: (game-boyz.com)

Wii Sports Resort- Wii

 

I have to say that Wii Sports Resort is a solid addition to any gamer’s library of Wii games. I had my doubts that the MotionPlus would make such a difference, but after playing the games included on the disc I have to say that the future is bright for...

Expert review by: (operationsports.com)

Wii Sports Resort Review (Wii)

 

To many hardcore sports gamers, the 2006 release of Wii Sports was a bit of a disappointment. While the game provided some realistic motion controls, not to mention the greatest bowling simulation ever, it was difficult to shake off the notion that the...

Addictive gameplay. Hours upon hours of challenges. The perfect party game

MotionPlus support is not great. The lack of any online modes is diappointing. Some of the 'sports' are simply tech demos

Expert review by: Stephen Riach (game-over.com)

Wii Sports Resort

 

It's Like?

If you're like me, where Wii Sports continues to get the most play on your Wii, then you're surely itching to get your hands on Wii Sports Resort, if you haven't done so already. The good news is it retains the same charming presentation as the...

Expert review by: Dustin Chadwell (gaming-age.com)

Wii Sports Resort

 

I'll go ahead and take a Wii Pilotwings please.

All games support 2-4 players, and like I mentioned earlier, it's certainly a title that you'll want to play with a group of friends. You can opt to play through all games as a single player experience, but there's not a lot of fun in competing against...

Expert review by: Alasdair Preston (darkzero.co.uk)

Wii Sports Resort (Wii) review

 

I still remember a Christmas morning a few years ago. The Wii had been released in the UK only 3 weeks earlier. My own personal console had been sat waiting for me since then. By 8am I had excitedly set up the Wii console, by 9am I?d fallen in love...

Wii Sports Resort serves as more than just a tech demo for WiiMotionPlus, and more than just a collection of minigames. It does well as a proper sequel to Wii Sports, being easy to pick up and fun to play alone or with friends. There is far more below...

Aug, 2009

Expert review by: Andrew Vandervell (videogamer.com)

Wii Sports

 

It may not win any awards for the best looking or sounding game but it's great pure fun, and is instantly accessible to pretty much anyone.

Awesome multiplayer ; Pure, jubilant fun ; Essentially free

Short-lived on your own

Undoubtedly, Wii Sports did start out as "just a tech demo" but the game that'll arrive with your Wii has come a long way since then. It's come far enough, in fact, that were Nintendo to sell this separately for say £20, it would be something akin to a...

Nov, 2006