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Reviewing: N/A Wii Sports  |  Rating:
jennifer kennedy By jennifer kennedy on
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Last year I bought the Nintendo Wii for my kids, included in the package was the wii sports game. This game is suitable for 7years plus, the cover of the game is cardboard and has five sporty pictures on. Four people can play this game at any one time.

There are five sporting events that you can play, baseball, tennis, bowling, boxing and golf all these games are easy to play and you can increase your points each time you play. Both my sons enjoy the baseball but me and my daughter like the tennis the best. although all sporting events are enjoyable.

Also on the game you can go into the training section and practice different versions of each sporting event, for example in tennis you have to bat the ball which is being served to you, then there is target tennis, where you have to bat the ball and hit a target on the wall, hitting the wall to much causes the wall to break and you can loose your ball, in the boxing you have to box the referees gloves, then he throws tennis balls at you and you have to dodge away from them, the other sections are similar, again when playing in this section you can earn medals dependingon your score.

The best part of the game is the fitness test, this can be completed once each day, and will reveal your wii fitness age after you have completed three sporting events, the oldest age is 100 and the youngest age is 20, the only one in our house to reach the age of 20 is my son, I have reached 21 but am still trying to get my age down to 20.

At first I didn't think my kids would enjoy this game but they have, we have all had hours of competitive fun playing this game and after a year this games still remain one of their favourites, playing this game they remain active which is a bonus. Highly recommended.

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