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The MotionPlus gives even the simplest games in Wii Sports Resort an intricate level of sensitivity that is apparent from the moment you first pick up a controller. quote


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    7.0
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    8.6
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7.3
6 reviews
7.0
Engadget Jun 30, 2009

We've also come away a bit more excited for the upcoming motion controls of the Xbox 360 and PS3, since it's clear that controller technology only gets you so far: you need graphics, physics and gameplay to make up the rest of an effectively immersive and entertaining experience.

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9.0
Ars Technica Jun 10, 2009

With the new hardware, it's hard to think about going back to the 360 or PS3 versions of Tiger Woods. This is the definitive version.

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8.0
Gizmodo Jul 30, 2009

If your question is if the Wii Motionplus is fun, it definitely is. It's the closest you'll get to 1:1 motion gaming until either the Sony or Microsoft motion solutions come out in 2010. Go and give Nintendo some more of your money.

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7.0
CNET Jul 21, 2009

Wii MotionPlus definitely provides some impressive moments in gaming; we just wish it was incorporated in the original Wii remote.

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9.0
GameSpot Jul 22, 2009

The MotionPlus gives even the simplest games in Wii Sports Resort an intricate level of sensitivity that is apparent from the moment you first pick up a controller.

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8.0
IGN Jul 16, 2009

The device is incredibly accurate and Wii Sports Resort shows this extremely well in several games that are really fun – if just slightly shallow – sports-based diversions.

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9.0
Destructoid Jun 30, 2009

It wasn't until the release of Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10 for the Wii this year that I fully appreciated the upgrade to the Wii Remote's motion-sensing ability. Up until this point, I had no idea what the add-on did. And now I'm totally sold on what it does.

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8.0
About Apr 10, 2012

Wii Sports Resort is well worth buying, and if you’re a golf fan you’ll want the latest Tiger Woods game ... If neither of these appeals to you, then there is no need to rush out and get a MotionPlus. But it is something you will need sooner or later, because it is the future of the Wii.

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9.0
aaron aaron

I was first introduced to the Wii MotionPlus accessory upon playing The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword , where it is required to play. Say what you will about the Wii lacking this technology from the start — whether the MotionPlus technology was underdeveloped or simply too expensive to include...

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1.0
baileylo baileylo

Do not buy this. I have not noticed any redeeming value in this. There is no improved game play at all. It feels like somebody taped a 1 inch square to the bottom of your wiiMote.

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8.0
timchoi89 timchoi89

The Wii MotionPlus is a pretty great add-on for the wiimote. But because the Wii didn't have a compelling library for me, the MotionPlus only added about 2-3 weeks more of game time with my Wii. If you're looking to add a little bit of life to your Wii, definitely check this out.

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8.0
iKidTech iKidTech

The Wii Motion Plus is a great accessory for the Wii Remote, but is also a attempt to make more money at the same time. The Wii Motion Plus is something that should be integrated with every Wii Remote and not sold as an accessory.

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