4 remotes, 4 nunchuck, 2 classic controller, Wii Sports, Wii Play, LoZ:TP, Marvel: Ultimate Alliance, NFS:Carbon, GH:LOR, Metroid Prime Corruption, Super Paper Mario, Super Mario Galaxy, NFS:Pro Street.
when people are on your team they wont catch the ball and when your batting they'll appear right under itOriginally Posted by Leirith
For me, its:
Baseball is ok actually, but i dont lilke golf at all. it doesnt respond well, i think.
Also, elebits is an honorary sport, and it makes #1 too
I have & love Wii. And elebits and zelda and rayman.
I played Bowling at a freinds house and it wasnt that great but its still #3 on my list!
wii would like to play..now!
"To know, is to know that you know nothing. That is the meaning of true knowledge."
quote by Confucious
Nintendo completely missed when they made boxing. Its the only game where the Mii's movements are mostly digital. I've barely played Sports, I unlocked everything in about 30 minutes then quickly went back to Zelda.
My favourite, BOWLING -seems to be a popular choice.
i could not possibly disagree moreOriginally Posted by miiplaywii
in baseball, tennis, and golf it doesn't sense the direction u r swinging, baseball is just timing, tennis is just forehand backhand with a lob option, and golf is just power, boxing, however, detects if u r punching toward their face, body, left, right, etc
u simply did not give it enough time to get a feel for it and become precise in ur movements
while baseball does have really cool movement detection while the bat is behind u, there is only one type of generic swing
in boxing, u can do the same punch is almost limitless directions
you will only be able to play real multi-player with 1 controller (one comes with the system) for Wii-Bowling and Wii-Golf as it's a slow paced sport in which you can take turns. It keeps scores and all that.Originally Posted by tbrod
Now you can take turn on all the other sports but it'll just be plain old taking turns.
I suggest you buy a second Wii-Mote and if you can a second nunchunk (for Wii-Boxing) and other non Wii-Sports games.
The Wii box comes with all the basics to start up though.