Get ready to skip stones and be abducted by aliens from June 30

Wii Play: Motion is the sequel to Nintendos budget Wii launch title, Wii Play. As before, the game will come with a Wii Remote, but this time, a black MotionPlus-enhanced Wii Remote Plus, so that you can use an umbrella with precision. The game is a compilation of 12 mini-games, including Treasure Twirl (where the Wii Remote Plus acts as a "winch" to collect deep-sea treasure) and Cone Zone (where you tilt the Wii Remote Plus in the correct position to balance ice cream within a giant waffle cone and stop it from falling, whilst extra scoops are being added).

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Each mini-game also has multiple game modes for added depth to gameplay. Plus, your own Mii character can be used in each of the mini-games and it may find itself in a variety of unexpected and hilarious settings.

Nintendo hasnt confirmed the price of the bundle but we think itll be $79.95, which is good considering that the Wii Remote Plus itself is $69.95. Wii Play: Motion is out on June 30, the same day as The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D on 3DS. WHICH ONE WILL I PLAY?!

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Get ready to skip stones and be abducted by aliens from June 30

Wii Play: Motion is the sequel to Nintendos budget Wii launch title, Wii Play. As before, the game will come with a Wii Remote, but this time, a black MotionPlus-enhanced Wii Remote Plus, so that you can use an umbrella with precision. The game is a compilation of 12 mini-games, including Treasure Twirl (where the Wii Remote Plus acts as a "winch" to collect deep-sea treasure) and Cone Zone (where you tilt the Wii Remote Plus in the correct position to balance ice cream within a giant waffle cone and stop it from falling, whilst extra scoops are being added).

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Each mini-game also has multiple game modes for added depth to gameplay. Plus, your own Mii character can be used in each of the mini-games and it may find itself in a variety of unexpected and hilarious settings.

Nintendo hasnt confirmed the price of the bundle but we think itll be $79.95, which is good considering that the Wii Remote Plus itself is $69.95. Wii Play: Motion is out on June 30, the same day as The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D on 3DS. WHICH ONE WILL I PLAY?!

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