Wii Sports Resort – Video Game Review

21310571411_thumb-wiisportsresort.jpgWe got hold of Wii’s new video game bundled with a new hardware called Wii MotionPlus set to be launched in June or July of 2009 in a recently held Electronics Expo.  The Wii Sports Resort features sports that let you play like you’re really playing the sports in real life.  I tried only one of the three games in the bundle: Disc Dog.  The other two games in the Wii Sports Resort handle are Power Cruising and Swordplay. It was my first time to see and use Wii MotionPlus and I can say that i really improved the sensibility of the game. I have to tell you that you can’t play this game in the new Wii Sports Resort without the Wii Motion Plus.  The Nintendo people at the booth said that the video game will be bundled with the Wii Motion Plus. 
In the Disc Dog game, all you have to do is to hold the Wii MotionPlus and move like you’re throwing a Frisbee.  You don’t have to push any button to release the Frisbee because the sensor in the new hardware can detect when you need to release it.  I enjoyed playing it.  You need to practice throwing the Frisbee to a spot in the screen.  Your goal is to get the Frisbee near that spot.
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