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  • Summary: The wackiest sports come together in an all-new Wii Party Game. Enter the world's wildest, craziest sports tournament and compete in some of the most outlandish games from around the globe, such as Tuna Tossing, Furniture Racing, Mud Sliding and more! Challenge a zany group of the world's most skilled Wacky Sport athletes in 10 off-the-wall events. With Wacky World of Sports, the wide world of eccentric sporting events is delivered in an all-new, original Wii title that the whole family can play either in the single player Tour mode or four person multi-player! 10 Wacky Sports to Play - Participate in some of the wildest and craziest sporting events. Test your skills in a variety of insane challenges, such as Ice Golf, Card Boxing, Extreme Ironing, and more! Compete in Multiplayer Mode against family and friends for non-stop hilarious action. Tour Mode - Challenge yourself in Tour Mode and travel the globe competing in international Wacky Sports challenges. Unlocking a variety of other unique characters. Crazy Characters - Four main playable characters, eight enemy characters and one wild boss all combine to create the wildest cast of characters to ever hit the sporting world. Wii Gone Wacky - Wacky sports utilizes the Wii Remote to the fullest, delivering wacky excitement through true-to-life gestures. [Sega] Expand
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  2. Negative: 4 out of 10
  1. Wacky World Sports is one of those games that you like and don't like. Good graphics, fun and enjoyable characters… some flimsy games and terrible sound effects.
  2. Wacky World of Sports is a title sadly lacking in features and innovation.
  3. It’s hard to recommend Wacky World of Sports due to its hit-and-miss events and occasionally poor controls.
  4. Gameplay is standard stuff, and very little imagination seems to have been given over to making the mini-games feel engaging. [Nov 2009, p.120]
  5. As a “budget game” it is not terrible and the events are as wacky as the title suggests and could give some short-lived enjoyment for younger players if they’re accompanied by a friend or three, but as a single player experience this is quite tedious and the lack of events means that repetition is unavoidable.
  6. Sega may have tried to bring something new to the sporting genre but they fallen foul of the same problems and clichés that blight many releases for the Wii.
  7. 30
    A Wii sports game that you have to avoid, because you won’t be playing this game for long because the controls are really nasty. The game itself is an inspire-less product which has no replay value whatsoever.

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