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  Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz (Nintendo Wii, 2006)

Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz (Nintendo Wii, 2006)

Wii Sports (Nintendo Wii, 2006)

Wii Sports (Nintendo Wii, 2006)

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Sega's loony Super Monkey Ball series makes its Wii debut with motion-sensitive controls and a barrel full of new features. As with previous entries, the action in Banana Blitz involves... More
Sega's loony Super Monkey Ball series makes its Wii debut with motion-sensitive controls and a barrel full of new features. As with previous entries, the action in Banana Blitz involves tilting the environment so a monkey-encased orb rolls safely toward the exit. Eight themed worlds, ranging from pirates to outer space, feature eight puzzle stages apiece, and for the first time in the series, a climactic boss encounter. The Wii Remote tilts the environment left or right so players can collect bananas and avoid traps that threaten to burst each monkey's bubble.<br><br>Another new feature is the jump ability, which panicked primates rely on to advance through multi-tiered stages and to succeed during the boss fights. Of course, a Super Monkey Ball game wouldn't be complete without an assortment of mini-games to partake in, and Banana Blitz features an eclectic mix of over 30 sporting events and arcade-style challenges. Up to four players can challenge each other in hammer throws, foot races, golf matches, squash games, hurdles, a home run derby, and more. Each event uses the Wii Remote in different ways, as players swing, shake, tilt, and flick the controller for more monkey merriment. Less
The first sports title for Nintendo's Wii showcases the platform's unique controller and its potential for revitalizing conventional genres. Versions of tennis, baseball, golf,... More
The first sports title for Nintendo's Wii showcases the platform's unique controller and its potential for revitalizing conventional genres. Versions of tennis, baseball, golf, bowling, and boxing are included in this collection designed for gamers of all backgrounds. In tennis, the Wii Remote is held like a racket, with onscreen athletes responding to the direction and speed at which players swing the input device. Lobs, serves, backhands, and smashes are all performed by moving the controller in lieu of pressing buttons. Both singles and doubles matches on multiple court surfaces are available, with the latter supporting up to four players simultaneously. Baseball and golf follow a similar style, with the Wii Remote functioning as either a bat or a club, while bowling and boxing use the device to simulate throws and punches. Wii Sports is the first game bundled with the launch of a Nintendo console since 1991's Super Mario World on Super NES. Less
Key Features   
Genre Action, Adventure -
Rating E - Everyone -
Platform Nintendo Wii -
Tech Details   
Release Year 2006 -
Control Elements Gamepad/Joystick -
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Brand Sega of America, Inc. -
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