If you've be playing Deca Sports and thinking you might be missing something heroic or a free wristband, you're right!
Deca Sports (Sports Island in the UK) has simple and genteel controls that mean you won’t be destroying any hardware - or indeed your wrists - and it’s a far less hectic proposition all round; ice skating, curling and badminton are hardly in the same adrenaline-pumping class as pole vaulting, hurdling and hammer-throwing.
Remember that tech demo that shipped with the Wii? Had a few playable sports games, convinced your parents they weren’t complete squares and was fun for about a week? We don’t either, but Hudson is set to one-up Nintendo’s meek sample with Deca Sports, a collection of 10 games that are anything but mini. We had a chance to play five of Deca’s offerings: Badminton, Curling, Kart Racing, Soccer, and Figure Skating. We came
Everyone loves Wii Sports, and in Japan - where it isn’t bundled with the console - it has sold in excess of a squillion copies, or thereabouts. The latest contender in the quest to outdo Nintendo’s motion-sensing masterstroke, Deca Sports has gone for the ‘bigger is better’ approach - it’s packed with 10 fully fledged sports games, and if it plays as good as it looks, it might be a great value.The list of events:
Oct 19, 2007 Everyone's got Wii Sports, everyone's played it and everyone's still playing it. It's wrist-bustingly successful, which makes it an utter surprise that it's taken this long for dollar-seeking moneymen to grab a slice of the action - though Deca Sporta seems to try and improve the model rather than pilfer from