History VideoGame / WiiSports

21st Mar '17 4:39:35 AM bt8257
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You've probably already heard about ''Wii Sports''. If you're not into video games, then you probably heard the media, [[CowboyBebopAtHisComputer getting it wrong as they always do]], referring to it as the {{Wii}} itself, not making a distinction between the game and the system that comes with it (but being bundled with the system doesn't help). If you are into video games, you of course already knew about it. And no matter who you are, you've probably already played it.

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You've probably already heard about ''Wii Sports''. If you're not into video games, then you probably heard the media, [[CowboyBebopAtHisComputer [[CowboyBeBopAtHisComputer getting it wrong as they always do]], referring to it as the {{Wii}} itself, not making a distinction between the game and the system that comes with it (but being bundled with the system doesn't help). If you are into video games, you of course already knew about it. And no matter who you are, you've probably already played it.
6th Mar '17 10:34:10 PM FordPrefect
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* '''Boxing''' uses both the remote and the Nunchuk attachment, which plugs into the remote, to simulate punching with both fists. You can dodge by moving the fists left or right. Can be played with one or two players. The Wii U version replaces the Nunchuk support with either a one-handed or two-handed approach, using two remotes. This is a casualty of the converstion to Wii Motion Plus that ''Wii Sports Club'' as a whole recieved, since the Nunchuk was never upgraded to the standards of Wii Motion Plus.

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* '''Boxing''' uses both the remote and the Nunchuk attachment, which plugs into the remote, to simulate punching with both fists. You can dodge by moving the fists left or right. Can be played with one or two players. The Wii U version replaces the Nunchuk support with either a one-handed or two-handed approach, using two remotes. This is a casualty of the converstion conversion to Wii Motion Plus that ''Wii Sports Club'' as a whole recieved, received, since the Nunchuk was never upgraded to the standards of Wii Motion Plus.
8th Dec '16 9:10:55 AM MyFinalEdits
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* AerithAndBob: The NPC Miis, with English and other European names (Ashley, Mike, Luca, Pierre, etc.) placed alongside Japanese names like Hiroshi, Fumiko and Daisuke.
** It's turned UpToEleven with ''Wii Sports Club'', which includes Chinese and Korean names as well.

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* AerithAndBob: The NPC Miis, with English and other European names (Ashley, Mike, Luca, Pierre, etc.) placed alongside Japanese names like Hiroshi, Fumiko and Daisuke. \n** It's turned UpToEleven with ''Wii Sports Club'', which includes Chinese and Korean names as well.
8th Dec '16 1:18:10 AM MiiTrash
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* AerithAndBob: The NPC Miis, with English and other European names (Ashley, Mike, Sarah) placed alongside Japanese names like Hiroshi, Fumiko and Daisuke. It's turned UpToEleven with ''Wii Sports Club'', which includes Chinese and Korean names as well.

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* AerithAndBob: The NPC Miis, with English and other European names (Ashley, Mike, Sarah) Luca, Pierre, etc.) placed alongside Japanese names like Hiroshi, Fumiko and Daisuke. It's Daisuke.
**It's
turned UpToEleven with ''Wii Sports Club'', which includes Chinese and Korean names as well.
6th Dec '16 9:23:54 AM MyFinalEdits
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* AerithAndBob: The NPC Miis, with English and other European names (Ashley, Mike, Sarah) placed alongside Japanese names like Hiroshi, Fumiko and Daisuke.
** Turned UpToEleven with ''Wii Sports Club'', which includes Chinese and Korean names as well.

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* AerithAndBob: The NPC Miis, with English and other European names (Ashley, Mike, Sarah) placed alongside Japanese names like Hiroshi, Fumiko and Daisuke.
** Turned
Daisuke. It's turned UpToEleven with ''Wii Sports Club'', which includes Chinese and Korean names as well.
5th Dec '16 11:03:17 PM MiiTrash
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* AerithAndBob: The NPC Miis, with English and other European names (Ashley, Mike, Sarah) placed alongside Japanese names like Hiroshi, Fumiko and Daisuke.
**Turned UpToEleven with ''Wii Sports Club'', which includes Chinese and Korean names as well.
15th May '16 2:52:39 PM MyFinalEdits
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* FloatingLimbs: The Miis.
** {{Zig Zagg|ingTrope}}ed in Bowling. The on-screen bowler gains legs... meanwhile, the audience and bowlers in other lanes still don't have legs.
* FollowTheLeader: Plenty of third party games tried to cash in on this. Now we have ''Sports Champions'' for the [[UsefulNotes/{{Playstation 3}} Playstation Move]], and ''Kinect Sports'' for the [[{{Xbox 360}} Kinect]].

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* FloatingLimbs: The Miis.
**
Miis, though it's {{Zig Zagg|ingTrope}}ed in Bowling. The on-screen bowler gains legs... meanwhile, the audience and bowlers in other lanes still don't have legs.
* FollowTheLeader: Plenty of third party games tried to cash in on this. Now we have ''Sports Champions'' for the [[UsefulNotes/{{Playstation 3}} Playstation Move]], and ''Kinect Sports'' for the [[{{Xbox 360}} Kinect]].
legs.
11th May '16 7:50:11 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* FollowTheLeader: Plenty of third party games tried to cash in on this. Now we have ''Sports Champions'' for the [[{{Playstation 3}} Playstation Move]], and ''Kinect Sports'' for the [[{{Xbox 360}} Kinect]].

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* FollowTheLeader: Plenty of third party games tried to cash in on this. Now we have ''Sports Champions'' for the [[{{Playstation [[UsefulNotes/{{Playstation 3}} Playstation Move]], and ''Kinect Sports'' for the [[{{Xbox 360}} Kinect]].
5th Feb '16 10:24:30 PM Adept
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* FingerlessHands: Despite these, the Miis can still participate in a number of sports that require them to hold things, from tennis to ''bowling''.



* PowerpuffGirlHands: Despite these, the Miis can still participate in a number of sports that require them to hold things, from tennis to ''bowling''.
28th Jan '16 5:59:13 AM Adept
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* FloatingLimbs: The Miis.
** {{Zig Zagg|ingTrope}}ed in Bowling. The on-screen bowler gains legs... meanwhile, the audience and bowlers in other lanes still don't have legs.



* RaymanianLimbs: The Miis.
** {{Zig Zagg|ingTrope}}ed in Bowling. The on-screen bowler gains legs... meanwhile, the audience and bowlers in other lanes still don't have legs.
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