Building on the foundations of what you learned in Wii Sports, you use the Nunchuk and remote as your fists, thrusting each forward to jab. But you can also charge punches by lifting either up for a second, and pull off special moves by landing hits in quick succession. It's hardly deep, but it works. The actual 'party' element is slight, limited to a couple of uninspired multiplayer modes. Facebreaker's cheap – but that's money you could be saving towards Punch-Out!!