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With Wii Play, gamers can use the Nunchuk and remote to complete activities including billiards, fishing, and racing. Wii Play features nine separate games that integrate the player-created "Miis" into each challenge. Single and multiple players manipulate the controls according to the directions provided for the activities. High scores unlock bronze, silver, and gold medals to be viewed in the records area and on the Wii message boards.
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ESRB:  E - (Everyone)
Publisher:  Nintendo
Release Date:  February, 2007
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review by . December 18, 2009
I really needed a second remote, so I got this game to get a game with the remote. I am so glad that I did. There are 9 little games on here, and whenever I get bored, I just pop this disc in to play, but it is also a big choice when I have friends over to play.    Graphics-The graphics for most of the games are great, and frankly that is a great plus.    Sound-I don't really notice the music, but all of the game's sounds are spot on.    Gameplay-There …
review by . July 20, 2008
posted in The Gaming Hub
Pros: Not a bad price to keep your kids occupied.     Cons: Will not hold an adult's interest very long.     The Bottom Line: I would recommend trying to purchase a system that has two controllers and it instead of this.     My wife and I purchased a Wii game for our daughter in March. The only problem that we have found out was that it did not come with two controllers. So it was very hard for her to have a lot of fun with this game playing …
review by . June 17, 2007
I love my Nintendo Wii. I wrote a review about it right after I got it. It's a wonderfully fun little machine! Now that I've got it online, I've downloaded all sorts of stuff, voted in polls and had a generally grand time! What I lacked was a second controller.    Enter "Wii Play".    Don't buy this game for the game. The game is crap. "Wii Sports" is better and more entertaining and you get that for free. But to make "Wii Sports" even more fun, you need a …
review by . March 20, 2007
Pros: Great variety of games in one game     Cons: Little action can make it boring after a while     The Bottom Line: A great game to play that utilizes the Wiimote in a variety of ways, but very simplistic making it somewhat boring after a while.     Wii Play has a total of nine stages of play. You must first unlock all the stages by playing each one once and unlocking the stages in order. It does not matter if you do bad on the stage. …
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