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Winter Sports 2: The Next Challenge on Wii

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Winter Sports 2: The Next Challenge is a Racing game available on the Wii.

Winter Sports 2: The Next Challenge is a Racing game. Racing games, although sometimes seen as a sporting sub category, are a well established video game genre in their own right.


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Tech Gamer review Fri, 19 Mar 2010

Winter Sports 2 Wii brings minute-long winter sports events but struggles to make sense of complex motion controls. Played on their own or strung together, I was left wanting more from my Wii-mote.

Expect controller waggling and, worse yet, strange motion implementation with prompts applied at random intervals and with little regard for logic. Winter Sports 2: The Next Challenge is a sequel to 2007's Winter Sports: The Ultimate Challenge. You would think the 'ultimate' challenge would supersede all others, but continuity is really the least of this game's problems.
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