The multiplayer in the game is one of the best parts as it is simple enough for anyone to grasp which makes the enjoyment of the game easy for anyone. Basically players try to knock down as many blocks as possible in order to amass the most points in a round.
Thanks to the Wii Motion Plus the controls for this game are spot on. Whether one uses the controller to make light tosses or hard pitches the controller and game knows and plays out accurately making for one of the best motion control experiences on the Wii.
Every game has its own sense of rhythm that you have to adjust to, and at the end of every section there is a collaboration of every game you played in that section that you must complete. It's basically a song that you play through the minigames chained together. You have to be good at all of...
Being that the game series started on the GBA the series is quite old but has not really evolved the gameplay since the original release, so for those that have played any of the previous titles they will most likely not find much new here.
For what is esentially a tech demo for the Wii Motion Plus, Wii Sports Resort offers mini games that are easy to pick up and play, even for non gamers. This makes a good title to play with someone who isn't that much into gaming but is still looking to have fun with someone who does.
The addition of the Wii Motion Plus allows for more accurate control but it also sadly adds issue when the motion bar gets confused. This can make for games that loose track of the controls while playing.
Being a Nintendo first party game the polish of the title shows through the great texture work of the graphics and physics available in game. For what is essentially a low powered machine the game looks and behave quite good.
This collection of mini games comes with a packed in Wii Remote at only $10 more than a Wii Remote by itself, so really the game costs about $10, which is not all that bad for a few short lived mini games.