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  1. ‘Casual’ Wii games that you can play while socializing with friends are popular these days. With a simple 'pick up and play' style and strategy to reward repetitive play, Target Toss Pro: Bags fits in perfectly with this style of play.
  2. 60
    It makes the transition to WiiWare fairly well, but still feels a bit out of place -- cornhole is a game best experienced in person at a tailgate party or a backyard BBQ.
User Score
8.4

Generally favorable reviews- based on 7 Ratings

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  1. BrianMita
    Jul 1, 2009
    10
    If you've ever enjoyed real 'bags' at your buddies barbecue, you'll find this title just as fun and challenging as theIf you've ever enjoyed real 'bags' at your buddies barbecue, you'll find this title just as fun and challenging as the real game. Throwing a real beanbag with accuracy can be fickle, and the sensitivity of the wii remote in this title seems perfectly tuned to that reality. Add a couple of friends, and just like the real game, you've got an excellent party game that in control scheme alone outdoes the arcade version's trackball.

    It should be said that this is a very underrated game. It slots perfectly for a wiiware title as it's inexpensive, a pick-up-&-go game, and is always available in the wii channels (meaning you don't have to actually switch discs to play it.) I've only recently purchased it on a whim given the bags game, but I'm really happy with the controls, simplicity and value. Ask my friends, they like it too.

    It's really a not-miss, and a shame not many media outlets haven't reviewed it. Moreso, much of the initial reader feedback on some sites dismissed it as 'shovelware,' most likely without actually playing it. To me, as an owner of this title, this is exactly the value I expect in a wiiware title : fun, responsive, and well worth the seven dollars.

    Impromptu bags party in the winter? Can't wait!

    p.s. I'd pay ten-twelve for this with an online component.
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