Top Wii Bargains from the Last 2 Weeks

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    Beat The Beat: Rhythm Paradise (Wii) - £3.99 (Reserve & Collect)
    Fri Jul 18, 2014 4:44 pm

    Click and collect

    £3.95 delivery in which case it's cheaper to buy at 365 for £5.99

    http://www.365games.co.uk/wii-games/beat-the-beat-rhythm-paradise-game-wii


    Product Description

    From playing golf with mandrill to controlling a flowerpot-punching karate man, everything has to be done in time to the beat to win. Try not to let the craziness occurring on screen distract you from the music because it is keeping the rhythm that counts. If you do stop to look at whatís going on then you wonít be disappointed, as each of the 50 rhythm games has their own short story featuring the classic Rhythm Paradise humour In a European exclusive, fans will also be able to switch between the Japanese and English soundtracks covering many musical styles. Be careful not to miss a beat! Losing the rhythm in Beat the Beat: Rhythm Paradise means you lose the game - but donít worry, the controls are really easy to pick up! Just press the A Button or the A Button and B Button together! Half the fun is learning how to master each situation, and while the action is just as challenging as fans of the series would expect, beginners wonít be stuck for long thanks to the new feature that allows you to check the correct performance of the song to help you to master the required rhythm. Some games can be played in co-op mode, so why not invite a friend to play with you? The aim is to play together and master the different rhythms; the more compatible you are, the higher your score! If youíre feeling particularly competitive then why not challenge your friend to play one of the Endless Dual Games? The fun doesnít stop but the action becomes progressively harder as you go on - a real test of your rhythm skills. Players must tap either the A Button or both A and B Buttons together on their Wii Remote Controllers in time to the music to pass each challenge. The fun and challenge of the game come from feeling the rhythm and hitting the beats accurately. All the games are new to this edition, though people who have played the Nintendo DS version might recognise familiar characters. In different games, players might be asked to stab a rolling pea with a fork, become a samurai and slash demons or play a game of aerial badminton - all in time to the music As players become more proficient they can earn a medal for their accurate performances and unlock bonus content Much of the music was created by famous Japanese pop music producer Tsunku 

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    Metroid: Other M (Wii) - £4.99 (Reserve & Collect)
    Sun Jul 20, 2014 8:15 am

    Product Description

    Metroid: Other M is an unprecedented collaboration that blends the slick, action-packed production of the world-renowned Team Ninja development team with the game design talents of the creators of the original Metroid. Metroid: Other M is a dramatic new direction for a legendary franchise and a bold new blend between cinematics, storytelling and the best in interactive entertainment. For decades, Samus Aran has been known as one of the first female protagonists in video games, and one of the most enigmatic. Having traded her haunted past for the solitary life of a bounty hunter, Samus finally tells her own tale in this revealing, personal story of her failings, her flaws and ultimately her motivation

    Metroid: Other M takes the best elements of 1st-person and 3rd-person gaming to create a seamless blend between gameplay, story-telling and dynamic cinematography, that feels like a movie the player can control. Players hold the Wii Remote controller sideways while navigating and battling in 3rd-person. However, at any moment, players can switch immediately to Wii Remote pointer controls to examine and explore the environments in 1st-person perspective Metroid fans know more about Samus' suits and weapons than they do about what drives her. That's about to change. The story begins immediately following the events of Super Metroid, when a baby Metroid gave its life to protect Samus. With voice acting and a rich story, players learn the engaging backstory of Samus as she weaves through an action-packed adventure aboard the Bottle Ship, a decommissioned space facility. As she hurtles into this new adventure, Samus will encounter her first mentor and Commanding Officer of the Galactic Federation, Adam Malkovich The development of Metroid: Other M is an exciting collaboration between Nintendo's Yoshio Sakamoto and Team Ninja. Sakamoto was the director of Super Metroid in 1

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    Wii Remote Plus - White (Wii) - £21.95
    Mon Jul 14, 2014 3:00 pm

    Product Description

    The Nunchuk is a Wii Remote accessory that gives an additional means of control in Nunchuk-compatible games. By connecting the Nunchuk to the Wii Remote you can benefit from its extra buttons analogue joystick and motion-sensing controls. Contoured to perfectly fit a player's hand the Nunchuck controller builds on the simplicity of the Wii Remote controller and goes an extra step to meet the needs of gamers. Used in conjunction with the Wii Remote controllerRevolutionary controlSporting the dimensions of a small traditional remote control the wireless Wii Remote is a multifunctional device that is limited only by the game designer's imagination. The magic of the Wii Remote's design lies within; accelerometers inside the controller body measure movement in all directions and at all speeds. In a tennis game it serves as your racket as you swing your arm for a long forehand or a quick and hard backhand. In a 4x4 driving game it serves as a steering wheel allowing you to swerve to avoid obstacles or pickup power-ups. In first-person shooters the Wii Remote acts as a firearm that you can point directly at an on-screen enemy. The list of potential uses is enormous and the light weight of the Wii Remote allows gamers to play for hours without feeling fatigued.As comfortable as it is functionalThe Wii Remote is equally comfortable in right and left hands and houses just the right number of buttons for gaming- not so many that new players will get confused but enough so that Wii games don't feel constrained. On the face of the remote are the D (or plus) pad a large A button which is used for major on-screen actions and two small options buttons. Between the game buttons are a plus and minus buttons (which often act as forwards and back) as well as a Home button to engage the Wii home screen to change settings or check remote battery levels. On the back side of the controller is a trigger-like B button perfect for timing releases of a bowling roll in Wii Sports.Thankfully battery life is excellent with the two included AA batteries just as with the previous generation of Nintendo wireless controllers.Immersive intelligence Along the bottom of the Wii Remote four blue LED lights indicate which player position the remote is currently set to. The controller automatically connects to the Wii console via Bluetooth wireless technology. Below the LEDs an expansion port lets you connect a number of devices including the Nunchuk and Classic controllers for Virtual Console gaming (Virtual Console games and controller accessories sold separately). Other features of the Wii Remote include adjustable rumble force-feedback and a reinforced wrist strap to ensure safe use. A speaker inside the remote gives the player feedback about the strength of swings or the accuracy of their moves- such as realistic tennis noises as the racket connects with the ball in Wii Sports. Overall the physical design of the remote is extremely sturdy and of very high quality ensuring countless hours of Wii gaming fun!

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