Limited Edition Wii Sports Resort Wii MotionPlus Twin Pack Coming Soon


Beginning October 12th, Nintendo will release a new Wii Sports Resort bundle containing not one, but two Wii MotionPlus remote enhancer dongles. The bundle will retail for $60 opposed to the $50 price of the original single-MotionPlus bundle, so basically you’re saving $10 on what you would pay to buy the game and a second MotionPlus separately. Why wasn’t this the standard bundle to begin with?

“Shoppers are looking for value as we head into the holiday season, and this Wii Sports Resort bundle is a gift that players of all ages and experience levels can enjoy,” said Cammie Dunaway, Nintendo of America’s executive vice president of Sales & Marketing. “Best of all, it instantly gets multiple members of the household engaged in playing as soon as the package is opened.”

I’ve had a MotionPlus for a couple months now and have found its motion-control enhancements quite effective in Grand Slam Tennis and Tiger Woods 10, and just this week I finally got around to grabbing Wii Sports Resort online and I’m enjoying it immensely so far. Basketball, table tennis and archery have me hooked the most. It’s much more of an upgrade on the first Wii Sports than I thought it would be, and it comes highly recommended.

Supplies of the twin-pack bundle will be limited, though, so you better take advantage of this offer before they’re all snatched up.

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