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Oops! takes the popular 'Island' series in a new direction, that focuses on entertaining mini games and an unique reward system. Boasting 100 fun, bite-sized games players design their own avatar and will then put it through its paces in Oops!'s many - often bizarre - challenges. Up to four players can compete as they attempt to avoid being bitten by a shark, spot which items have been moved or changed in a cunning 'Spot the Difference' challenge, or risk pulling ropes hanging from a ceiling - some of which give rewards, some of which bring all manner or nastiness tumbling from above!

Other challenges include using the Wii Remote to fill a balloon as quickly as possible using the relevant motions, heading bombs towards opponents, dancing with a monkey, and even playing the part of a pin at the end of a bowling alley and desperately attempting to evade the oncoming ball!

As befits a game that is built on bizarre humour elements, Oops! also ensures that players are rewarded for excellent performances, or punished for doing badly. If a player loses a round, their avatar will be forced to don a silly costume or have their faces painted or buckets of ink (or worse!) dropped on them, geeing them up to perform better next time. The ink, costumes, etc, also remain on the avatar for the length of the competition - adding further humiliation if a player does particularly badly...

Hudson Soft enjoys a good reputation for fun, party-orientated games, and Oops! shows them at their very best. With 100 fun games - no two the same - Wii owners can look forward to a summer of madness when Oops! makes its debut!

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Genre: Sports
Release-Date: Out now!
Players: 1-4
Age Rating: Minimum Age: 3
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Sports Island 3, the hit sports compilation series that has over 2.5 million units sold through worldwide, is returning to Wii with 10 COMPLETELY NEW sporting events in Sports Island 3!

Simple controls let your entire family play together, while advanced controls let you take advantage of Wii MotionPlus. Swing, flip, and spike your way to the winner's circle across all of the included events: Indoor Volleyball, Racquetball, Air Racing, Freestyle Kayaking, Lacrosse, Fencing, Halfpipe (Snowboarding), Giant Slalom (Skiing), Springboard Diving and even Log Cutting!

This time around, you can play online in 4 events (Volleyball, Lacrosse, Racquetball, & Fencing)!

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Genre: Sports
Release-Date: Out now!
Players: 1-4
Age Rating: Minimum Age: 3
Features
  • Sports Island 3 is the latest sequel to the successful Sport Island series, featuring 10 brand new sports:
  • Volleyball, Lacrosse, Racketball, Fencing are all playable via Wi-Fi Match Connection.
  • Also playable are the exciting events of Air Racing, Kayak Slalom, Springboard Diving, Giant Slalom and Log Cutting.
  • Sports Island 3 is playable with up to 4 players simultaneously and features unique Wii controls suited to each individual sport!
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Once again overseen by Producer Akiyoshi 'Greyhound' Chosogabe and his dedicated team, PES 2011 follows the lead set by its Next Gen cousins, and concentrates on giving the player more control over the action than ever before. At the heart of the game lies true multi-directional dribbling, which allows users to run and turn in all 360-degrees, and gives the player greater responsiveness when controlling the ball.

PES 2011 for Wii also retains the dual control methods pioneered by last year's game. Players can either opt to play the game using a Wii Remote and Nunchuck, with the former used to pick out passes or send players on runs, while the Nunchuck offers total control over the player with the ball. Alternatively, players can use the Wii's Classic Controller to play in a more conventional style, with the left-hand stick offering full 360-degree movement, and the right stick allowing users to change cursors more efficiently. Players can also play against rivals using different control methods now, regardless of whether they are online or offline. WFC Matches offer a default setting is to play against players using the same control method, but there is an option to play against those using a different control method.

Other key new additions include the ability to tailor the runs players make in set piece situations. The Free Run Set Up allows users to assign several players to make runs before the kick is taken. The Free Run Set Up allows users to run their players into space to create goal-scoring opportunities easily when the kick is being taken, by moving players to bring opposition markers out of defense position. To accentuate this new element, a new camera option is also available during corner kicks, allowing users to zoom in or change the camera angle, allowing the both teams to execute finer controls.

The Wii version of PES 2011 also includes a wider range of feints and skills, while the game is brought to vivid life with more realistic player models and animations. The individuality of players has been emphasised with more attributes allocated to their abilities, and graphically they have been improved in how they look and move - and players even sing the national anthem for certain national sides as they await kick off!

With new and improved online play, the Copa Santander Libertadores mode joining the existing UEFA Champions League options, and the return of the absorbing Master League and Champions Road, PES 2011 represents a welcome return to the most realistic Wii football series available.

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Genre: Sports
Release-Date: Out now
Players: 1-2
Age Rating: Minimum Age: 3
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DancingStage fans eagerly awaiting a Wii version can now rest at ease as their wish has finally been granted. Featuring 50 tracks spanning some four decades of music, there?s a huge variety of tunes for players to strut their stuff to.

Thanks to the compatibility of the Wii Remote and the Nunchuk, a whole new dimension has been added to DancingStage Hottest Party. Total body interaction is now possible during the game using the twin controllers and it is now possible to have four player simultaneous play to really get everyone involved. It is also possible to send obstacles to rival players in the Battle Mode using the Wii Remote and a well placed swipe!

There are a host of new modes focusing on the multiplayer element to ensure that the DancingStage experience stays fresh for many months to come. New gameplay twists and a host of entertaining mini games complement the main dancing action and offer a different challenge to expert players. The phenomenally popular Workout Mode from other versions of DancingStage is also here again.

With only half of the songs available at the start, the emphasis is on the players to practice and perfect their skills as there are a huge amount of unlockable bonuses in the game from the extra songs through to new computer player challenges and new outfits.

Game Facts
Genre: Party-Games
Release-Date: Out now
Players: 1-4
Age Rating: Minimum Age: 3
Features
  • Over 50 songs from the last four decades of music
  • Total body interaction using the Wii remote and Nunchuk
  • Four player simultaneous play
  • Workout mode to help you get in shape
  • First Dancing Stage title for Nintendo Wii
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The world is in danger! A huge meteor is plummeting towards earth and the only way to save the planet from destruction is to earn enough money to purchase the anti-meteor gadgets from a TV shopping channel! This bizarre storyline is the basis for Job Island: Hard Working People, a quirky and brilliantly entertaining title featuring 50 mini games that must be finished to earn the money to save the word! However, players must perform better than the other workers in order to succeed!  

Each of the 50 mini games are in fact jobs players must undertake successfully in order to earn money. These jobs range from the simple to the ridiculous and all make use of the Wii Remote and Nunchuk in ways players would never have thought possible.

As a red carpet interviewer for example, the player runs around the celebrity laden carpet waiting for them to give interviews. If you get their first and bag the big star, you earn more money! Managing a BBQ grill players must twist the skewers of meat using the Wii Remote to prevent them from burning and as farmer you must harvest carrots as quickly as possible and also milk a cow!  Each job requires skill and concentration to complete and will test all gamers, regardless of their skills!

With three levels of difficulty and a multiplayer mode that allows two people to go head to head on any of the jobs that are available in a straight heads-up duel, there is plenty to keep everyone entertained and amused.

Game Facts
Genre: Party-Games
Release-Date: Out now!
Players: 1-2
Age Rating: Minimum Age: 3
Features
  • Stop a giant meteor from crashing into Earth!
  • Get a job, earn money and save the world!
  • 50 'job' mini games to complete
  • Huge range of jobs, from body builder to crane operator!
  • Two player head-to-head quick play mode
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