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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadowpunk
    You do know that Wii Sports doesnt use the sensor bar right??? Thats why its not so accurate in bowling and stuff

    I didn't know that. My brother blames the Sensor because he punches too fast on Boxing for it to pick it up. Maybe he's just shit at it?



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    my 2 cents - Wii is made for kids , kids just love it and they having fun with wii sport - and if you dont like it - just go to the parc and play the real game or buy EA game and play on your pc, PS3 or Xbox and shut f... up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by V@A
    my 2 cents - Wii is made for kids , kids just love it and they having fun with wii sport - and if you dont like it - just go to the parc and play the real game or buy EA game and play on your pc, PS3 or Xbox and shut f... up.
    It's not made for kids, but it's also not designed for the hardcore gamer.

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    iplay alot of games. and i find it surprisingly addicting. played it 2 days straight lol

    Quote Originally Posted by Wii_Smurf
    I didn't know that. My brother blames the Sensor because he punches too fast on Boxing for it to pick it up. Maybe he's just shit at it?
    Boxing was made shitty and fast on Wiisports, thats why. It doesnt pick things up well. Hopefully someone releases a fully integrated boxing game in future, that be cool.
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    I put it away for a couple of weeks and played some COD3 and trauma centre, then when my wife and I came back to it for a couple of games of tennis, its just as fun as the day I got it.

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    ok what im SAYING is...

    i get the SAME swing in tennis, no matter HOW i swing it

    and in bowling my mii will follow through on a swing even if I dont!
    this is NOT how wii playes, what gives?

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    I really think your just reading into the bowling thing too much. Once you press the trigger it puts the animation in motion and the trick is to master the timing on when to release the ball. It would probably look stupid for your mii to walk up to the line, stand there, wait for you to pull your arm back behind you, then swing your arm foward. The way it is, the game kinda takes care of it for you.
    The fade to the left is another trick to master. Try to play the training. On one of the tests, you have to curve the ball around obstacals on the alley. A couple of the obstacles force you to spin the ball to your unnatural side.
    Overall, the point is, games like wii sports are not going to replace other forms of video gaming. I still play Medieval Total war 2 and HL2 almost as much as I did before I got my wii. But, the wii is always going to be there when friends and family come over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1liter
    tennis is just the worst.
    I couldn't possibly disagree with you any more. Tennis in Wii Sports isn't just the best game of that title, it is one of the best games I've ever played. I absolutely love it. Sure, it doesn't have the graphics of Halo or the storyline of Zelda, but it's so frigging funtacular. Win or lose, I finish each and every game feeling very satisfied that I've just had an enjoyable experience. I thought tennis would be my favourite, and when I played it I found it even better than I thought I would.

    I do agree to an extent about bowling though - I can't get the ball to zoom down the aisle straight. My sister's boyfriend can though, so I'm content with the knowledge that it can be done. I won't criticise a game just because I'm bad at it, if I know that what I'm bad at is down to me and not the game. In other words, I enjoy bowling even though I can't get the ball to go straight.

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    I said it before and I'll say it again. Curving the ball in bowling:

    Hold the wiimote out straight as if you're pointing at something. Now rotate your arm so the top of the remote (with the buttons) faces left: the ball will curve left when you throw the ball like this. Rotate the remote so the buttons race right: the ball will curve right when you throw the ball like this. Now make sure that when you throw the ball, you don't twist your arm like this at all, so that when you follow through and after you throw the ball, the buttons end up facing upwards and not at an angle. It will go straight

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    To bowl straight just hold the Wii remote straight. I play the bowling just like I do in real life and it works a treat. In fact better. I take a small step to the right and bowl with a light spin to the left.

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