Starting May 9, Nintendo's console package will add the Sports Resort title and MotionPlus controller with no price increase.
Considering it's a multiplayer affair, this is a pretty no-brainer way to save 10 bucks on Nintendo's Wii centerpiece game.
Wii Sports Resort releases this Sunday for $50.
CNET editors Jeff Bakalar and Scott Stein get some hands-on time with Wii Sports Resort, the new flagship Nintendo game that makes use of Wii MotionPlus.
CNET editors Jeff Bakalar and Scott Stein get some hands on with Wii Sports Resort, the new flagship Nintendo game that makes use of Wii MotionPlus.
A recent Wii bundle included Motion Plus accessory and Wii Sports Resort in the box.
Nintendo has yet to confirm the cut, but several major stores have erased $30 from the Wii bundle, which includes the console, a MotionPlus Remote, a Wii nunchuk, Wii Sports, and Wii Sports Resort.
Hurry! For the rest of the day, you can get a free Wii Sports Resort with MotionPlus when you buy the Wii console.
Got Wii? If not, now's the time to buy. You'll save $20 off the list price and get a game worth $50. (Hint: Go for "Wii Sports Resort.")
There's more to the Wii than Wii Sports Resort, as long as you like to entertain fantasies of being a miniature despot.