Tiger Woods PGA TOUR 10 to Come Bundled With Wii MotionPlus

TIGW10wiiPFTboxfront.jpg In North America, the Wii version of Tiger Woods PGA TOUR 10 will come bundled with Nintendo’s new Wii MotionPlus motion control enhancer, EA announced today. When Tiger 10 ships on June 15th, you’ll have a choice between the standalone game for $49.99 or the Wii MotionPlus bundle for $59.99, which is actually a good deal since the dongle will be sold separately for $20.

Europe actually gets even more choice with both Tiger 10 and EA Sports Grand Slam Tennis set to launch with Wii MotionPlus bundles. Shame the Grand Slam Tennis bundle is Europe only, as that’s the only game I have any interest in trying the Wii MotionPlus with. Come on EA, bring that bundle to the US!

“This exclusive and limited-time offer is exciting news for sports fans who want to enhance their Wii experience for a great value with the new Wii MotionPlus right at launch with Tiger Woods PGA TOUR 10,” said Peter Moore, President, EA SPORTS. “The functionality of the Wii MotionPlus will help us deliver the authentic, true-to-life sports motion for Tiger Woods PGA TOUR 10 and EA SPORTS Grand Slam Tennis that will redefine the sports experience on the Wii.”

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