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** Holding 1 and clicking A on the "Warning" screen in Table Tennis after beating Lucia (champion) gives you a shoe, or "bup" paddle.
** Holding 2 and doing the same thing as for the shoe paddle in Table Tennis lets you play an 11 point match, though it is a bit faster.


* CoolOldLady: An NPC Mii, Nelly, is BadassGrandma territory by being a pro in all sports, and has an elderly appearance.

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* CoolOldLady: An NPC Mii, Nelly, is BadassGrandma badass territory by being a pro in all sports, and has an elderly appearance.

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* CoolOldLady: An NPC Mii, Nelly, is BadassGrandma territory by being a pro in all sports, and has an elderly appearance.


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** While every other Mii in the Swordplay minigame gets either a red or blue sword, [[FinalBoss Matt]] uses a [[PurpleIsPowerful purple sword]] like [[Franchise/StarWars Mace Windu]].

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ShoutOut: While every other Mii in the Swordplay minigame gets either a red or blue sword, [[FinalBoss Matt]] uses a [[PurpleIsPowerful purple sword]] like [[Franchise/StarWars Mace Windu]].

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* ShoutOut:
** While every other Mii in the Swordplay minigame gets either a red or blue sword, [[FinalBoss Matt]] uses a [[PurpleIsPowerful purple sword]] like [[Franchise/StarWars Mace Windu]].

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* CaptainObvious: Like with VideoGame/WiiSports before it, dunking a golf ball/ Frisbee into the watery depths in Golf / Frisbee Golf has the game proclaim "Water Hazard" at you, and comes off as a bit snarky.

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* ClockTower: The Broken Clock Tower landmark in Wuhu Town. Which somehow doesn't have clock hands ''at all''.


* 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 respectively. 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}} JustForFun/{{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 respectively. Yep.]]


* '''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 Wii Sports.

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* '''Table Tennis''', where the Wii Remote is a paddle, and you play a basic 6 point match. WiiPlay VideoGame/WiiPlay already covered Table Tennis, but this version plays more similarly to Tennis from Wii Sports.

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* EliteMooks: In Swordplay Showdown, Miis with red and purple armor will begin to show up in the higher levels. While they are not as powerful as the boss, they are significantly more dangerous than the RedShirt green and orange Miis, as they take 2-3 hits to defeat and can regularly block attacks before launching a counterattack of their own.


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* MookChivalry: In Swordplay Showdown, the enemies will only attack you one at a time, while the rest of them circle your battle idly. Funnily enough, if your swing is wide enough, you can actually harm the enemies that are just standing there while they can't fight back.


* HundredPercentCompletion: Getting all 80 i Points in Island Flyover [[gets the player a vacation home built on the Private Island]].

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* HundredPercentCompletion: Getting all 80 i Points in Island Flyover [[gets [[spoiler: gets the player a vacation home built on the Private Island]].


* HundredPercentCompletion: [[spoiler:Getting all 80 i Points in Island Flyover gets the player a vacation home built on the Private Island]].

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* HundredPercentCompletion: [[spoiler:Getting Getting all 80 i Points in Island Flyover gets [[gets the player a vacation home built on the Private Island]].


'''''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.


* 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.]]

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