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Big League Sports

Activision
$2.99

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  • Xbox 360
  • Nintendo Wii

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ESRB Rating: E (Everyone) i
Mild Cartoon Violence

Product Description

Big League Sports for Wii offers instant access to the most action-packed moments in sports. The result is a title with a singular focus on putting you in the most thrilling situations while competing in your favorite sports. Six sports are represented for a combined total of 22 events, each using instinctive controls that mimic real athletic movement with the Wii Remote. Each sport -- tennis, basketball, football, soccer, lacrosse and hockey -- has its own kind of hit the shot at the buzzer style of heart-pounding action, and this is exactly what Big League Sports captures.
  • Allows up to four players to compete in a variety of modes, including single game, marathon and tournament modes
  • View your statistics and overall progress, as well as the trophies you have won
  • A character creation feature allows you to craft a character to your liking with dozens of customization options

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Smile on my daughter face
Kenlaw10
2 years ago
I only got my to see my daughter play tennis and football she loved and it did the job in tiring Her out
Length of ownership: 1 week
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1.0
TERRIBLE. THEY'VE RUN OUT OF IDEAS
CheeseTurtle
9 years ago
This is the worst wii game ever. If you bought or know someone who has bought this game call the cops they've basically been robbed. First of all the gameplay is terrible in the lacross game the ball is as big as a softball. Hockey is just trip the other people and get points. football get past the dummies and score a touchdown. And probably the worst, tennis knock down milk bottels with the ball. No "Motion Plus", no good games, plus NO FUN! You have been warned
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1.0
Possibly the WORST Wii game
Xst1nMusic
10 years ago
When I bought this game, it looked like a lot of fun. When I played it, it was possibly the worst game I have ever played for the Wii. Big League Sports is a bunch of mini games. If i had know that, I would have reconsidered buying it. I got this horrible excuse for a game for $20 and now that I know what it is, I would never payed that much for this game. If your looking for a fun game, don't buy this one.
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2.0
ehh.. not a good game
BOBBBB
10 years ago
got this game for christmas, thought it would be fun, and ended up trading it in to gamestop for a different game... not fun at all
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Big League Dissapointment
Sad moi
11 years ago
I bought this today because I wanted more sports games. Well, this game only has "mini" games. You can't play an actual game of football, lacrosse, hockey, basketball, tennis, or soccer. The box implies games. There is no outside indication that all you can do are drills and contests. Not until you buy the game, open it ( so you can't return it) and read the instruction booklet do you find out that you can't play a real game. The available mini games are not that much fun anyway. I had difficulty with the controller commands for the "goalie" mini game in hockey. Lacrosse only offers three options: shooting, breakaway, and forward pass. These are all more boring than the drills at a real practice. In "slam dunk" in basketball both control mechanisms were extremely difficult. I am not new to wii and usually have no trouble at all learning the controls. Don't waste your money.
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