The wiisports package is unneccessary (tennis racket etc).Originally Posted by laruliI have a Wii (sports package w/game/controller/nunchuk) under the tree for my daughter. It is joined by:
Super Paper Mario
Resident Evil: Umbrella Chron.
Mario Strikers Charged
Guitar Hero III
Sonic and the Secret Rings
Zelda Twilight Princess
DDR: Hottest Party (w/mat)
Link's Crossbow Training (w/zapper)
1 Classic Controller
1 extra remote
1 extra nunchuk
3 extra dance pads
Accessory pack (tennis racket, baseball bat, boxing gloves, golf club, steering wheel, gun, 2 x 1800 mah batteries (w/cords), grip, skins, protector)
Wow, listing it here makes it sound huge...anyway...She is home schooled and often has multiple friends come over when her work is done to play and hang out. We figured this would be a good safe haven to keep the kids out of trouble but I don't want her spending a ton of time alone on it.
What games listed play with how many people? (I'm told DDR:HP can play up to 4 people at one time - thus the extra dance pads.)
What games (listed and out there) are best with at least 2 and preferably up to 4 (I assume this is the max number wii can handle at one time?)
With more duplicate accessories, will more players play at the same time? So I should I have a set of 4 everything? (accessories, remotes, nunchuks, etc.)
What is the 2000 pts for?
How many batteries can the Wii charge at one time?
What should I be asking and what can I expect when this thing is hooked up?
Am I missing anything?
I'm clueless here and don't see the point of shelling out this kind of cash if we don't take advantage of all the Wii has to offer.
Other than that, thats one good list