Wii Sports Club for Nintendo Wii U
Wii U

Wii Sports Club

Jul 25, 2014

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots


About this game

Developer: Nintendo
Content Rating: Everyone10+


Wii Sports Club takes what was fun about Wii Sports - cooperative and competitive gameplay together with friends and family - and moves the experience online. Each sport uses Wii MotionPlus™ technology to give you more control. Enjoy innovations possible only on the Wii U, like using the GamePad to show the ball and the angle of your swing in Golf, and new content like the recently added Resort Course—a selection of nine holes inspired by Wii Sports Resort.

Critic Reviews

8 Reviews
Heidi KempsAug 07, 2014
Wii Sports Club is emblematic of Nintendo's strange and silly approach to online games and distribution, given its unintuitive interface for finding sports partners, the consistently poor connection quality, and a pricing strategy that makes little sense.
Kat BaileyJul 28, 2014
Wii Sports always felt more like a starting point than an endpoint, so it's kind of funny to be playing it again on the Wii U close to a decade later. It's an odd legacy for the motion control era, which once showed so much promise. But even if Wii Sports Club isn't apt to last solo players more than a weekend, it's a robust enough package in its own way, and its credentials as a party game are impeccable. If you're looking to play something with your parents, it's tough to go wrong with Wii Sports Club.
Scott ThompsonAug 08, 2014
Wii Sports Club mostly succeeds in refining the classic Wii launch title thanks to smart use of the GamePad and Wii MotionPlus. While the inclusion of online play creates some issues with the slower-moving sports, it’s still a fun addition for Tennis and Baseball. Whether you want to play casually or competitively, Wii Sports Club proves that the core Wii Sports experience wasn’t just lightning in a bottle.

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