Off to a slightly slower start than most thought, Wii Sports Resort is becoming a huge title for Nintendo going into the holiday season and is actually tracking better than WiiFit did in the same time period.
I wouldn't doubt it to sell over that much. Actually a very fun game, but I have a feeling New Super Mario Bros. will blow it out of the water this holiday.
Yup, a very good game. I wish this was given for free with my Wii instead of Wii Sports.
Does that make it better than Halo bots? According to your logic, it does.
I think the only thing better than halo is your m4m4! Really :)
I don't know. In reference to that kids games survey from earlier in the week, WSR was more popular/wanted than NSMBW. WSR was high amongst both sexes, rating 1st or 2nd in almost all categories. http://www.gamesindustry.bi... http://www.inentertainment.... @ndpad, "The four most keenly desired titles across all ages and genders were Guitar Hero 5 (48 per cent), Wii Sports Resort (44 per cent), New Super Mario Bros Wii (41 per cent) and Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Winter Games (33 per cent)." Are you implying there are more teenagers, than kids, who will get what they want for Christmas?
Did you see the ages for NSMB? Edit: Interesting and appreciated. Btw I was asking for the info because I had not seen that yet.
mayday mayday calling in reinforcements!!!! we need reinforcement now:under heavy fire.
I kind of want to get WSR because I've heard from a lot of people that it's a very fun game... at the same time, I've heard from like the same number of people that it's really not that great. Still, I feel as though my collection is missing something by not having that game, but I don't want to spend money on it! And I don't think the game has enough gameplay to keep me coming back... sigh.
It is a great pick up and play game that has way more depth than wiisports. There are very addictive games in WSR that you might find fun. If anything rent it first, then go from there.
Plus it comes with 2 Motion+.
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