‘Wii Sports Club’ Review: A Step Above ‘Wii Sports

It’s hard to topple a giant and make no mistake, “Wii Sports” is a monster of humongous proportions.

The best selling game of all time, “Wii Sports” changed video gaming forever and seven years later on the Wii U, “Wii Sports Club” makes those classic games even better. Buyer beware however- your wallet may hurt a tad if you’ve been on all these rides before.

Consisting of tennis, bowling and golf so far, with the promise of baseball and boxing in the future, all three games can be purchased on the Nintendo eShop for $9.99 individually. For those who have stuck by Nintendo for its entire new millennium run, you won’t find yourself running for updated versions of classics that have stood the test of time, but will enjoy the online capability added to the games and the other various bells and whistles. Those who have young kids have never experienced “Wii Sports” however will find themselves falling in love all over again.

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Patrick Hickey Jr. is the Founder, Editor-in-Chief, Master Jedi and Grand Pooh-bah of ReviewFix.com. He is currently a full-time Journalism and English Professor at Kingsborough Community College and a former News Editor at NBC Local Integrated Media and a National Video Games Writer at the late Examiner.com. He has also had articles and photos published in The New York Times, The New York Daily News, Complex and The Syracuse Post-Standard. Love him. Read him.

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