|Top 5 Wii Sport Games|
Regardless of the gaming system being used for the play, Sport games have always been popular. Wii Sport games have experienced an incredible level of success. Here are some popular Wii Sport Games which gives a life like experience to the gamers.
Pro Evolution Soccer 2010
Abbreviated as PES 2010, Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 is the latest football video game in the series of Pro Evolution Soccer. It is published and developed by Konami for Wii video game consoles. Known as World Soccer : Winning Eleven 2010, the game is not only one of the prettier titles on the Wii, but it also features a greater level of control. Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 contains improved animations, moves and visuals, including live player movements and expressions which will change according to the conditions on the field. The gameplay has been made more realistic for PES 2010. It includes more versatile goalkeepers as well as greater control over penalties in terms of accuracy and placing. Lionel Messi is a key endorsement player for Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 who features on the cover alongside another endorsement player, Fernando Torres.
Boxing is an ideal game for video gaming, because it requires both hands as well as a good deal of body movement. Punch-Out!! is a popular series of boxing video games by Genyo Takeda, the general manager of Nintendo. It is the first title in the series to be rendered in full motion and three-dimensions video as well as the first to include optional motion based controls and multiplayer option. The gameplay of Punch-Out!! is very simple. In this version for Wii, the boxing characters are lovingly recreated with all its details intact. Here the player has to play as a diminutive boxer called Little Mac and must climb the ranks of the World Video Boxing association. Punch-Out!! lets players punch with the remote and dodge by shifting on the balance board. Punch-Out!! is amazing game, if played the way it should be played.
EA Sports Active
Approved for the gamers of all ages, EA Sports Active is a popular video game developed by EA Canada in collaboration with Oprah’s personal trainer himself, Bob Greene for Wii video game consoles. It is mainly designed to act as your personal trainer. Basically, it is an exercise game which includes many activities that use the motion controls of the Wii platform. The game features several exercise options supervised by a virtual personal trainer. It also contains 20 minute workout and a 30 Day Challenge mode which lets players set workout goals such as a number of session or calories burned while tracking their progress. The idea behind this is that if the calories burned goals in each workout are exceeded or met, the weight loss will happen on its own.
As its name suggests, Wii Sports is famous sport video game produced and developed by Nintendo for Wii video game consoles. The game is a collection of five sports simulations which is designed to demonstrate the motion-sensing capabilities of Wii remote. The five sports include baseball, tennis, golf, bowling and boxing. The game also features training and fitness mode which monitor the player's progress in the sport. As there is the use of Wii remote in Wii Sports, the player moves the remote in a similar manner as these games are played in real life; for example, holding as well as swinging the Wii remote like a baseball bat, golf club or bowling ball.
Mario Sports Mix
Developed by Square Enix, Mario Sports Mix is a popular sports video game for Wii video game consoles. The game features dodgeball, volleyball, street basketball, both ice hockey and field hockey. It features mostly locations and characters from the Mario series with a few guest appearances of characters by Square Enix's Dragon Quest and Final Fantasy series of games. The game features both competitive and cooperative local multiplayer modes. Depending on the sport, two players or three players can play cooperative multiplayer whereas four players can play competitive multiplayer. The game is played much like Mario Sport games, with features such as special moves as well as over-the-top, arcade gameplay.