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15/07/2009 Artistic Audio Gamer Review
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Wii-Sports Nintendo Wii


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Here's what Noah Rodenbeek drew for my Wii-Sports song, 'Press A'. I hope you like his video game reviews that are not hand drawn - but written one mouse stroke at a time.

More of Noah Rodenbeek's work is on Game People, along with some great Haiku and Theatrical reviews.

And his words about the game... Wii-sports, at its best, is completely engaging and re-playable. Unfortunately, itís best only comes in the form of a couple of mini-games: Golf and Bowling. The rest of the games are mundane and get old quickly, and sometimes they border on the irritating (Iím looking at you Wii Sports Boxing).

However, as far as Wii games go, I think Wii Sports is probably a top 5 or 10 game. Itís definitely a game that gets turned back on every once in a while, but I donít think anyoneís going to look back at Sports as Nintendoís revolutionary moment for the Wii.

Written by Rebecca Mayes

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