Wii Sports is on the forefront of the new generation of gaming according to Nintendo - simple fun everyone can participate it - even your mother, sister or aunt.
Gamers out for guns and blood can laugh about the simple premise of this game - five little sport games on a single disc that comes free with the Wii system - fact is, it's doing a lot for the game industry as a whole. The exposure for this title has been enourmous and it seems like this game will be the Super Mario Bros. of this generation.
Hyperboles aside, Wii Sports is the perfect game to have bundled with the Wii, as the five sport games - tennis, golf, bowling, baseball and boxing - ease the player in the way the motion sensing works. The precisement in moving yourself or an object in Wii Sports range from fairly precise to incredible accurate, depending on the sport you play - with tennis being the most impressive contender on offer here.
Fancy graphics or trendy curse words - Wii Sports doesn't need them. All Nintendo does is throw some big buckets of fun at its players and as a result millions of people get hooked. That the game is so easy to pick up and play is only a testament to the fact that Nintendo's new philosphy is working: to gain new gamers, we should leave the old way games work behind.