Wii Video Games
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Nintendo Wii and Wii Sports wasn't released with the same
fanfare as the Play Station 3, but has gained a large following among game players everywhere.
Here is a description:
The Wii (pronounced We) is the latest game
console from Nintendo. The Wii is somewhat unique in that its game controller, or
Wii Remote, allows for more physical action when controlling the game. For example,
when playing the tennis game, you actually swing the Wii Remote like a tennis racquet.
Some games are even been used for exercise.
Each player can create their very own Mii (pronounced Me) in the game. A Mii is a customized character that the player can use for the different games. You can name the Mii and change the height, hair, face, and more.
The Wii console usually comes with a game called Wii Sports. The Wii sports game comes with Tennis, Baseball, Golf, Boxing, and Bowling. Each of these games uses the Wii Remote in its own unique way, whether tossing the bowling ball, swinging a driver in golf, or throwing a pitch in baseball, the action is often very much like playing the actual sport.
Check out these links to learn more about each game included in Wii Sports:
All in all, we rate the Wii and Wii Sports as one of the best inventions in years to come along in video gaming.
Other Fun Wii Games:
Wii Fit - An exercise game for the whole family.
Kirby's Epic Yarn - Vivid graphics, great game play, and tons of fun all packaged in an E for Everyone game.
Super Mario Galaxy 2 - Perhaps the best of the Super Mario video games.
Professor Layton and the Unwound Future - Great puzzle game. Rated e 10+.
Lego Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures - Adventure game based on Indiana Jones movies and Lego. Fun! Rated e 10+.
Mario Kart for Wii - Fun interactive racing game. Challenge your friends and family.
Disney's Epic Mickey - Use a paint brush to create or erase portions of the game as you try to help Mickey escape.
Donkey Kong Country Returns - Help Donkey Kong get his bananas back in this fun action packed game.
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