TGS writes: "Poor graphics and the lack of a soundtrack don't hold back one of the best games of tennis you'll get on Wii and probably any system around at the moment."
It will be interesting to see how WMP is used beyond sports titles.
Nintendo should have really launched Sports: Resort along side motion plus rather than letting the third parties try and sell it first.
Great point. Nintendo would have been a great candidate to promote its own product, inherently better than any third party.
Well that's not to suggest the third parties can't make good titles, Grand Slam is a good title that uses Motion Plus, I'm just surprised Nintendo didn't step in to really back this important piece of tech from day 1.
For a debut title it seems like a good way to start, I do wonder how it will be implemented in other games though.
It obviously improved the motion sensing capabilities, but maybe not as much as Nintendo has implied.
The Motion Plus improves the motion sensing capabilities of the Wii. It doesn't perfect them.
Perhaps it's simply that it has some unlocked potential at the moment?
I think Motion Plus will get better, games like Red Steel 2 will hopefully show us why we need to fork out extra money for this tech.
Gameplayingfool: I wouldn't say that, think of it like a new console, you don't see the really good games that push the hardware until later into the console's lifespan.
Its still way better and more responsive than the other two, :P El Cernex
Well duh, the other two aren't even out yet! ;)
Looks pretty interesting. Might give it a go one of this days. El Cernex
What will really be interesting is how Mtion Plus, Natal, and Sony's motion controls all stack up in the end.
No doubt WMP is probably going to sell the best out of all 3,
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