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Wii Play (Wii)

Wii Play (Wii)
alaScore 82

157 reviews

Nov, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 157 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the single player gameplay and price, but opinions are divided on the design. Some have doubts about the gameplay and size.

usability, price, single player

size, gameplay

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo Wii Games the Wii Play (Wii) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 82/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 157 reviews)

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Wii Play: Motion (Wii)

 

The Wii may still have some gas left in the old tank before Nintendo launches its fancy successor in 2012, but it feels a little late in the game to be dragging out yet another collection of minigames designed to show off the system's not-so-recently...

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Wii Play (Wii)

 

Nintendo's move of packing in Wii Sports with every new Wii sold in the US proved to be a genius move. Though it was little more than a simple collection of tech demos, Wii Sports can perhaps claim some of the credit for the system's immediate...

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Wii Play Motion Review

 

Nintendo's newest controller bundle is the weakest of the bunch. If you don't have Wii Motion Plus at this point, this isn't how you get it.

There is absolutely no reason to buy this game. The only potential reason would be if you somehow don't have a single Wii Motion Plus controller. Then again, I already gave you four better options to solve that problem. Move along.

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Wii Play - Wii review at Thunderbolt Games

 

All things considered, Wii Sports is one of Nintendo's best ideas in terms of promoting their new console. The game features a handful of games that anyone, regardless of their age and endurance, can actively play and enjoy. By using the WiiMote...

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Wii Play

 

Wii Play, as with most Nintendo games, doesn't have realistic visuals. They're cute and cartoony. Nevertheless, Wii Play lends itself well to this style. The music is very similar to Wii Sports. It's full of catchy, midi-like songs that will probably...

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Wii Play Review

 

When the Wii was finally unveiled to the public back at E3 in 2006 some of the tech demonstrations that they were using to showcase what the system could do ...

Like I said, this is basically a series of tech demos consisting of ten mini games that showcase a lot of the possibilities that the Wii and Wii remote are capable of doing. This is not a deep experience by any stretch of the imagination. Even the...

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WiiPlay

 

Strolling through the game section of my local Meijer, I came across a startling (but increasingly common) sight—Wii remotes, in the wild. Just, you know, hanging there on the shelf. Lots of them, at least six. Nunchuks too. So, what did I, an...

Wii Play is about the best reason to pick up an extra Wii remote, unless you have four already. The games are mostly old arcade or NES fare, updated with Wii controls and new graphics. A couple are mediocre in the extreme, while the rest are only...

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Wii Play Review

 

It's no secret that Nintendo's Wii has revolutionized the way that people look at games. No longer are video games too complicated for your grandma and grandpa to jump in on, no longer are they just relegated to a sedentary activity. Now you can get up...

Overall, Wii Play is another game not aimed at the typical gamer audieice. This is aimed squarely at the crowd that got a chance to try a Wii because they saw their gamer buddy playing one. The games are simple and range widely in quality but there are...

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Wii Play Game Review - Nintendo Wii

 

Super Monkey Ball: Ba..

Wii Remotes are scarce; Wii Sports-like game that's fun for the whole family. Shooting Range and most of the other mini-games are fun in single player and/or multiplayer

You have enough Wii Remotes; Wii Sports got old quickly for you; Pose Mii sucks

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Wii Play

 

The argument that many people made against the Nintendo Wii was that it was just a nice gimmick, that once the furor and hype has died down, people

As many of you already know, Wii Play does retail for the full $50 retail price of Wii games, but that is because of the inclusion of a Wii Remote. Now if you’re in the market for another remote then this is a good way to go, as for twenty bucks more...

Product Specifications

Bundled with a Wii Remote, Wii Play offers a little something for everyone who enjoyed the pick-up-and-play gaming of Wii Sports. Wii Play is made up of nine games that will test the physical and mental reflexes of players of all ages. Whether you pick up the Wii Remote to play the shooting gallery that harkens back to the days of Duck Hunt or use it to find matching Miis, a world of fun is in your hands! In addition to the shooting gallery and Mii-matching game, Wii play offers billiards, air hockey, tank battles, table tennis rally, Mii poses and a cow-riding race.

Game

ESRB Rating:Everyone (6+)
PEGI Rating:3+

Header

Compatibility:Game console
Manufacturer:Nintendo
Packaged Quantity:1
Product Line:Wii Play

Miscellaneous

Package Type:Retail

Software

Category:Games
Game Console Compatibility:Nintendo Wii
License Category:Shrinkwrap
License Pricing:Standard
License Qty:1 user
License Type:Complete package
Subcategory:Games - games collection
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