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    I find Mariokarts the most addictive game, especially when you start playing on line it gets sooooo competitive. I'm a sucker for racing games, but always come back to mariokarts i thinks it sets the benchmark in this genre.

    Inspired by the Australian Open Tennis on tv a lot lately I've been really enjoying Top Spin 4 highly recommended if you like tennis games.
    Cabella's Survival: Shadows of Katamai has become a recent favourite, its a good combination of adventure survival and shoot em up.

    And agree with iosguy Dragonball z 3 is great fun, is one of those games that make you look good even if your not.

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    Yea I like tennis games and basically these games where you have to move the remote around. But I tried another tennis (beside wii sports tennis, which i think is the best) and it had a motion play as a bonus option and it was terrible. So any tennis games where you have to play it like the real game?

    By the way which game do you think has most realistic movements on wii? (I assume some spotr game, but which???)

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    Quote Originally Posted by klosi
    Yea I like tennis games and basically these games where you have to move the remote around. But I tried another tennis (beside wii sports tennis, which i think is the best) and it had a motion play as a bonus option and it was terrible. So any tennis games where you have to play it like the real game?

    By the way which game do you think has most realistic movements on wii? (I assume some spotr game, but which???)
    I've heard good things about Grand Slam Tennis (w/ motionplus) but you might not like it as it is a little cartoony.

    As for gams with realistic movements, i don't think there are many games like that, although games like Red Steel 2 and No More Heroes have you using the remote as a sword, and I guess that would be pretty accurate, especially since Red Steel 2 requires motionplus.

    Finally, Zelda: Skyward Sword is pretty accurate (again, from what I've heard) and it also requires motionplus.

    Generally, games that require/support motionplus will be the ones that respond to your movements accurately.

    Hope I helped

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