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Wii Sports Resort
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Developer(s) Nintendo
Publisher(s) Nintendo
Platform(s) {{{platform}}}
Release date(s) Wii Optical Disc
July 2008
Genre(s) Sports
Players 1-4
Rating(s) ESRB: E - PEGI: 7+
Media 1 Wii Optical Disc
Input Wii Remote, Wii MotionPlus
Predecessor Wii Sports
Successor None

Wii Sports Resort (also known as Wii Sports 2) is a sports game for the Wii video game console. It is a sequel to Wii Sports and was set for release in Japan on June 23rd 2008, Austrailia on July 23rd 2008, Europe on July 24th 2008, North America on July 26th 2008 and Korea with a stated release date of June 24th 2009. The game is part of an ongoing series of games sometimes referred to as the Wii Series. Wii Sports Resort is the first title to be compatible with Wii MotionPlus. The game comes bundled with the MotionPlus device and an extended Wii Remote Jacket which is referred to as the "Long Jacket". The long jacket is packaged with the Wii Motionplus accessory. Wii Sports Resort comes packaged with all new Wii consoles. The setting for Wii Sports Resort is set on an island paradise called Wuhu Island which also makes an appearance in Wii Fit, another Wii Series game.File:Video Tour - Wii Sports Resort (Pt1)

Games Included Are:

  • Frisbee (Frisbee Dog 1-4 players) (Frisbee Golf 1-4 payers) (need onlly 1 wii mote)
  • Power Cruising
  • Swordplay (Duel 1-2 players) (Speed Slice 1-2 players) (Showdown 1 player)
  • Table Tennis (1-2 players) (game) ("training")
  • Golf (1-4 players)
  • Air Sports (Skydiving 1 player) (Island Flyover 1 player) (Dog Fighting 2 players)
  • Basketball (3 Point Contest 1-4 players) (Pickup Game 1-2 players)
  • Archery (1-4 players)
  • Cycling (Road Race 1-4 players) (VS 1-4 players)
  • Bowling (10 Pin Game 1-4 players) (100 Pin Game 1-4 players) (Spin Control 1-4 players)(need onli 1 wii mote)
  • Canoeing (1-4 players)
  • Wakeboarding (1-4 players) (need only 1 wii mote)

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Trivia

  • Swordplay has been the most popular Wii sport since Wii Sports Resort was sold. Mostly because it includes fighting with plastic swords.
  • If you are bowling, there are two throwing styles: Manual, if you've played Wii Sports, and Automatic, if you're a new player.
  • Bowling and Golf are the only two sports from the first game to come back.