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  • Summary: [WiiWare] Play catch with friends in multiplayer party games and compete for high scores using your Mii™ character and others. Choose from six different single and multiplayer modes such as Speed Catch, which tests your ability to catch a fastball, and Bomb Catch, an elimination party game for up to four players. Select from a variety of characters or use your Mii character to play other favorite catch games. Unlock special features when you own both Let's TAP and Let's CATCH. [Nintendo] Expand
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  1. Positive: 1 out of 7
  2. Negative: 1 out of 7
  1. The story mode will allow you to get to know nine surprisingly interesting characters, and in the process serves as a meditation on relationships, park life, and the glory of throwing a ball at a strangers head.
  2. Pricey, given its lack of depth. [Sept 2009, p.95]
  3. For all its weirdness, Let's Catch is a really fun game that ranks amongst the best WiiWare multiplayer titles.
  4. 65
    But there's something unique and heartwarming about it -- something distinctly human about just playing catch. And it makes me very curious to see where Prope, Sega and Yuji Naka take things from here.
  5. Prope did amazingly well with Let's Tap but don't be fooled by Let's Catch as it is nowhere near as fun and is unreasonably priced in comparison; here is hoping that the companies next Wii-ware venture proves to be more successful.
  6. Let's Catch purpose is good and fun, but too simple. If it weren't the 1000 Nintendo Points, it would be easily recommended, as the game mechanic works well and the multiplayer enjoys groups of friends.
  7. Through and through, this is a fastball on Sega’s part and one that many gamers are going to want to avoid.