History VideoGame / WiiSportsResort

21st May '17 5:49:22 PM nombretomado
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'''''Wii Sports Resort''''' is the official sequel to the popular game ''WiiSports'', introducing the Wii Motion Plus accessory that promises true 1:1 Wiimote control.

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'''''Wii Sports Resort''''' is the official sequel to the popular game ''WiiSports'', ''VideoGame/WiiSports'', introducing the Wii Motion Plus accessory that promises true 1:1 Wiimote control.



!!''WiiSportsResort'' includes examples of:

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!!''WiiSportsResort'' !!''Wii Sports Resort'' includes examples of:



* FingerlessHands: Just like in the game's [[WiiSports predecessor]], the Miis can partake in a wide array of sports despite this impediment.

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* FingerlessHands: Just like in the game's [[WiiSports [[VideoGame/WiiSports predecessor]], the Miis can partake in a wide array of sports despite this impediment.



* LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters: ''WiiSports'' had 60 opponent Miis. ''WiiSportsResort'' gives you ''100'' to battle against.

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* LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters: ''WiiSports'' ''VideoGame/WiiSports'' had 60 opponent Miis. ''WiiSportsResort'' ''Wii Sports Resort'' gives you ''100'' to battle against.



* SceneryPorn: Yes, it's a WiiSports game, but Wuhu Island is quite pretty.

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* SceneryPorn: Yes, it's a WiiSports VideoGame/WiiSports game, but Wuhu Island is quite pretty.
11th Apr '17 4:37:00 PM NASCARLOVER427
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* CosmeticAward: The stamps you gain by performing certain tasks in each of the games. They tend to be based on reaching certain thresholds of skill, with the highest ones requiring perfect games in some instances. A particularly {{egregious}} example is the final reward for Island Flyover. Most of the other rewards are pretty cool and affect gameplay in some way (alternate times of day, upgrades to the plane, and so on). So, how does the game reward you for finding all 80 info points? [[spoiler:You get a tiny shack that has a flag with your face on it. Yep.]]

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* CosmeticAward: The stamps you gain by performing certain tasks in each of the games. They tend to be based on reaching certain thresholds of skill, with the highest ones requiring perfect games in some instances. A particularly {{egregious}} example is the final reward for Island Flyover. Most of the other rewards are pretty cool and affect gameplay in some way (alternate times of day, upgrades to the plane, and so on). So, how does the game reward you for finding 70 and all 80 info points? [[spoiler:You get an alternate skin for the Whale Shark with your face on it and a tiny shack that has a flag with your face on it.it respectively. Yep.]]
21st Mar '17 4:41:02 AM bt8257
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Unlike ''Wii Sports'', ''Resort'' actually gives the player a setting for their activities, the luxurious resort island of Wuhu Island (which is actually [[ContinuityNod the same island]] you can jog around in WiiFit), and amps up the original five sports to twelve individual summer sports, all taking place somewhere on the island, and like Wii Sports, all games are played with the remote's motion controls:

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Unlike ''Wii Sports'', ''Resort'' actually gives the player a setting for their activities, the luxurious resort island of Wuhu Island (which is actually [[ContinuityNod the same island]] you can jog around in WiiFit), VideoGame/WiiFit), and amps up the original five sports to twelve individual summer sports, all taking place somewhere on the island, and like Wii Sports, all games are played with the remote's motion controls:



* '''Table Tennis''', where the Wii Remote is a paddle, and you play a basic 6 point match. WiiPlay already covered Table Tennis, but this version plays more similarly to Tennis from WiiSports.
* '''Golf''', which is pretty much the same as it was in ''WiiSports'', but with more sophisticated controls and some new courses.
* '''Bowling''', which is also the same as it was in ''WiiSports''. But now you can play actual games with ''100 pins'', or with various obstructions to try and bowl around.

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* '''Table Tennis''', where the Wii Remote is a paddle, and you play a basic 6 point match. WiiPlay already covered Table Tennis, but this version plays more similarly to Tennis from WiiSports.
Wii Sports.
* '''Golf''', which is pretty much the same as it was in ''WiiSports'', ''Wii Sports'', but with more sophisticated controls and some new courses.
* '''Bowling''', which is also the same as it was in ''WiiSports''.''Wii Sports''. But now you can play actual games with ''100 pins'', or with various obstructions to try and bowl around.
19th Mar '17 8:06:18 PM MyFinalEdits
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* ConvectionSchmonvection: You can fly up to the top of a volcano, down into it, and inches over the lava and be totally unharmed.

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* ConvectionSchmonvection: ConvectionSchmonvection:
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You can fly up to the top of a volcano, down into it, and inches over the lava and be totally unharmed.
19th Mar '17 7:22:40 AM h4amarch
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* DisapprovingLook: Frisbee Dog gives this to the player if he or she misses enough times in a row.

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* DisapprovingLook: Frisbee Dog gives this to the player if he or she misses they miss enough times in a row.
10th Dec '16 4:26:01 AM PowerSkunk
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** Zigzagged during the Archery game. The lava does produce enough rising heat to affect your shot, making you aim lower than you'd expect, but your character still doesn't seem overly fazed by standing in the crater of a lava lake.
28th May '16 1:51:14 PM Zxczxczbfgman
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* AIBreaker: In swordplay, lunges (thrusting attacks) are a downplayed example. Most AI opponents (and most ''players'' for that matter) have trouble defending against them, since parrying them requires you to line up the length of your sword precisely with the path of your opponent's sword's point (unlike real fencing, there are no sweeping parries to divert the blade).
15th May '16 3:10:02 PM MyFinalEdits
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* TheComputerIsACheatingBastard: In the later stages of Swordplay Duel mode, the opponents begin to hit a LOT harder than you are to able to, and can block your attacks instantaneously.

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* TheComputerIsACheatingBastard: TheComputerIsACheatingBastard:
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In the later stages of Swordplay Duel mode, the opponents begin to hit a LOT harder than you are to able to, and can block your attacks instantaneously.



* CosmeticAward: The stamps you gain by performing certain tasks in each of the games. They tend to be based on reaching certain thresholds of skill, with the highest ones requiring perfect games in some instances.
** A particularly {{egregious}} example is the final reward for Island Flyover. Most of the other rewards are pretty cool and affect gameplay in some way (alternate times of day, upgrades to the plane, and so on). So, how does the game reward you for finding all 80 info points? [[spoiler:You get a tiny shack that has a flag with your face on it. Yep.]]

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* CosmeticAward: The stamps you gain by performing certain tasks in each of the games. They tend to be based on reaching certain thresholds of skill, with the highest ones requiring perfect games in some instances.
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instances. A particularly {{egregious}} example is the final reward for Island Flyover. Most of the other rewards are pretty cool and affect gameplay in some way (alternate times of day, upgrades to the plane, and so on). So, how does the game reward you for finding all 80 info points? [[spoiler:You get a tiny shack that has a flag with your face on it. Yep.]]



* {{Hammerspace}}: Where Matt pulls the items you have to cut up in Speed Slice.

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* {{Hammerspace}}: {{Hammerspace}}:
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Where Matt pulls the items you have to cut up in Speed Slice.



* UnlockableContent

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* UnlockableContentUnlockableContent: Each sport is divided into categories, but some of them have to be unlocked.



* WideOpenSandbox: Island Flyover and Power Cruising's Practice mode.

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* WideOpenSandbox: Island Flyover and Power Cruising's Practice mode.
11th Feb '16 2:30:45 PM Shishkahuben
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* OverlyLongGag: The instrcuctional video for plugging in the Wiimotion Plus. It lasts an agonizing five minutes.

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* OverlyLongGag: The instrcuctional instructional video for plugging in the Wiimotion Plus. It lasts an agonizing five minutes.
5th Feb '16 10:24:49 PM Adept
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* FingerlessHands: Just like in the game's [[WiiSports predecessor]], the Miis can partake in a wide array of sports despite this impediment.



* PowerpuffGirlHands: Just like in the game's [[WiiSports predecessor]], the Miis can partake in a wide array of sports despite this impediment.
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