Wii with Wii Sports Resort – Black Reviews

Wii with Wii Sports Resort – Black

Wii with Wii Sports Resort - Black

  • Netflix instant streaming functionality allows for thousands of movies, TV shows, cartoons and more right on your TV (Netflix unlimited account, Netflix disc and broadband connection required)
  • Bundle contents including Wii Sports Resort and the Wii MotionPlus accessory (black) with original Wii Sports also included, along with the Wii console (black)
  • Intuitive controller system highlighted by the included motion controlled Wii Remote and Nunchuk (black)
  • Built-in Wi-Fi access for easy connection to Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection gaming services WiiWare and Virtual Console as well as the Internet

The Wii console brings a revolution of interactive gaming to people of all ages. Experience intuitive motion controls that deliver a unique social activity for the whole family. Wii gaming gets everyone off of the couch for hours of fun! Now with the addition of Wii Sport Resort and the Wii MotionPlus accessory, the Wii console bundle comes packed with software and accessories to enhance your Wii experience. Plus for the first time, the Wii is availible in two colors, White or Black and comes c

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Wii Hardware Bundle – Black

Wii Hardware Bundle - Black

  • Built-in Wi-Fi Access For Easy Connection To Internet
  • Features A Processing Chip From IBM And Graphics Chip From ATI
  • Self-loading Media Bay

Includes Black Wii Console, Black Wii Remote Plus, Black Nunchuk, Wii Sports and Wii Sports Resort. Wii Sports Resort takes the inclusive, fun and intuitive controls of the original Wii Sports to the next level, introducing a whole new set of entertaining and physically immersive activities. With the deep control enhancements of Wii MotionPlus, veteran Wii users and newcomers alike can enjoy unprecedented gaming precision as they cruise on a water scooter, duel with swords, throw a Frisbee and m

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EA Sports Dodges Questions It Recycled FIFA on the Wii


Owen Good

EA Sports Dodges Questions It Recycled FIFA on the WiiA week ago, Chris Scullion of Nintendo Gamer and Official Nintendo Magazine ripped FIFA 13‘s Wii version chin-to-groin, for being basically indistinct from FIFA 12 other than roster and uniform updates. Everyone knows the Wii is a dead console walking, but that does not excuse a major publisher palming off last year’s release like it’s something new this year.

Most folks go “Sim sports on the Wii?” and shrug, but Go Nintendo’s constituency is, well, Nintendo consumers and they take this seriously. They hounded EA Sports for an explanation and didn’t get one. Go Nintendo was told by an EA Sports rep that FIFA 13 has “the same great gameplay” as FIFA 12 and the studio porting it over “felt it was important to continue to offer fans the opportunity to play an authentic football experience on Wii.”

It’s a cynical, passive admission they recycled last year’s game under a new banner. It also harms the larger cause of sports video games, a segment EA Sports dominates, when a label this visible recycles a product this important. Sports video games across all publishers confront a unique insult—that they’re nothing more than updates of uniforms and rosters. That slur is angering to any who care about sports video games, whether they make one or play one.

So, I don’t care if the Wii’s AAA-title life support is certain to be shut off once the Wii U arrives in November, and all we’ll see is shovelware until Nintendo files the console’s official death certificate. FIFA 13 on the Wii is a basically dishonest product—it’s just FIFA 12 cloaked in new menus, sold as a new release. Not only does it harm both brands—major brands, too—it damages the overall legitimacy of annual sports video game releases, regardless of label. It would have been more of a favor to those who love sports video games if EA Sports had simply chosen not to release FIFA 13 on the Wii.

EA dodges accusations of FIFA 12/13 Wii being the same game [Go Nintendo]

EA Sports Dodges Questions It Recycled FIFA on the Wii