Nintendo Wii Sports Pack Wiimote Attachments

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The Nintendo Wii's pack-in game Wii Sports is a pretty decent proof of concept, but waving around the Wiimote isn't exactly a realistic experience. However, by attaching these plastic, erm, attachments, you can authentically recreate the experience of swinging a baseball bat, golf club or tennis racket. Take a look for yourself at all of them on the other side.

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So, in essence, you're paying $22 for pieces of plastic shaped like sports apparatuses. I can think of bigger wastes of money.

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Sean Harrington

Rye, the IR port is blocked, but the IR pointer is merely a convenience in Wii Sports. You can use the buttons to navigate as well, even on the Wii Menu and most of the Channels.