Wii Sports Resort

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Wii Sports Resort
Basic Information
Video Game
Nintendo EAD Group No. 2
Sports, Motion Plus
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European Union European Release Date(s)
July 242009
CanadaUnited StatesMexico North American Release Date(s)
July 262009
Australia Australian Release Date(s)
July 232009
Japan Japanese Release Date(s)
June 252009
South Korea South Korean Release Date(s)
June 242010
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Wii Sports Resort is a video game released in 2009 with the use of the Wii Motion Plus. It is the first to make use of this technology, smoothing the motion of the controller.

Games[edit | edit source]

There are twelve sports in Wii Sports Resort. Below are the list of the sports available to play.

The Sports in the Game[edit | edit source]

  • Swordplay (Match, Speed Slice, and Showdown)
  • Wakeboarding (Beginner, Intermediate, and Hard)
  • Frisbee (Dog and Golf)
  • Archery (Beginner, Intermediate, and Hard)
  • Basketball (3-Point Contest, Pickup Game)
  • Table Tennis (Return Challenge, Match)
  • Bowling (10-Pin Challenge, 100-Pin Challenge)
  • Golf (Beginner, Intermediate, Hard)
  • Power Cruising (Beginner, Intermediate, Hard)
  • Canoeing (Time Challenge, Versus)
  • Cycling (Road Race, Versus)
  • Air Sports (Sky Diving, Island Flyover, Dogfight)

Gameplay[edit | edit source]

With the Wii Motion Plus in this game, players can do many things they can't do in the first Wii Sports.

Players can fly in an airplane, fight with a sword, and do water sports. The game takes place on Wuhu Island, a Mii island where Wii Fit and Wii Fit Plus take place.

Other games in the series[edit | edit source]