Wii Sports Gaming Guide – Be Sure to Get a Winning Strike!

For a game that you get as complementary with the Wii, you would maybe expect it to be a little lacking, or so simple that it is ‘simply boring’. Well, if you have a Wii, you will know that Wii Sports is far from dull. It’s actually great fun, and it’s still one of my favourite games for the Wii.

Wii Sports is so simple that anybody can play it. Whether you’re 3 or 103, you are bound to love this game. The onscreen gameplay instructions are really clear, anybody can do it! What’s more, when you play Wii Sports, you really get a feel of being in the bowling alley or tennis court for real. The sound effects and scenery details are pretty authentic, making the whole casual gaming experience much more fun!

For the Baseball, Tennis and Boxing games, the game is played by the hand and arm movements that you make whilst holding the Wiimote and/or nunchuck. For the Bowling and Golf games, you will also need to make the movements that you would if you were playing the games ‘for real’, coupled with one or two presses on the Wiimote buttons. It’s as easy as 123.

Savvy Tip!

Are you having trouble getting strikes in Wii Sports Bowling? Does your bowling ball always drift to the left or to the right even though you are sure that you bowled it straight? Don’t worry, it happens to the best of us. The best way to get more strikes is to put some spin on your ball. Try aiming your ball to the left if it usually drifts to the right, and vice versa. Experiment with putting spin on your bowling ball by twisting your wrist slightly. Try it, and see what happens. It should improve your scores, and wow your Wii friends at the same time as you become a Wii Sports expert!

Savvy Tip 2!

To serve those winning aces in Wii Sports tennis, try to hit the ball when it is at the highest point in the air. That way you should be able to achieve a power serve that will leave your opponent dumbfounded. Power serves are really difficult to return, so they are a great way to win the game!

Happy Wii’ing!

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