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Wii Play: Motion offers fun motion-controlled experiences for everyone
• Immerse yourself in 12 fun and exciting games with challenging game-play variations. Using the Wii Remote Plus controller, up to four players* can play a variety of games with unlockable modes. All of the games can be played in both single-player and multiplayer modes
• No matter how many people are holding controllers, everyone in the room can participate in the fun of Wii Play: Motion. Games offer rich single-player experiences and even better multiplayer fun. Master the easy-to-pick-up controls and share the fun with others. Wii Play: Motion combines fun and value in a powerful package only for Wii
• For those looking to add an extra controller to their collection, Wii Play: Motion includes one Wii Remote Plus controller, making this title a must-have for any Wii console owner.
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