Deca Sports Latest News - Wii

Game Description:Prove you've got the best all-around skills with this top-10 collection of sports that challenge you to be at the top of your game. Deca Sports offers an all-you-can-play buffet of basketball, soccer, archery, beach volleyball, badminton, curling, snowboard cross, supercross, figure skating, and kart racing. Each competition harnesses the Wiimote's capabilities with everything from arm-swinging spikes into the beach-volleyball sand to wrist-twisting turns as you burn up the slopes on your snowboard. Sharpen your skills in Training Mode, then gear up for top-flight competition in single and multiplayer modes for every sport.
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  • Hudson Soft Has Shipped Over Two-Million Copies Of 'Deca Sports' Globally: Why?!?

    Hudson Soft (Japan) has announced that it has shipped two-million copies of Deca Sports for Nintendo Wii. Hudson Entertainment (America) has not yet issued a press release confirming these numbers. Although the installed based of the Wii is enormous, which would make it a bit easier for publishers to hit big numbers, the game was critically...

    Posted April 11, 2009| 33 Comments

    Hudson Soft Has Shipped Over Two-Million Copies Of 'Deca Sports' Globally: Why?!?
  • 'Deca Sports' Trailer

    We like sports games on the Wii. The controls are suited to mimicking athletics, and mindless mini-games can be the perfect thing if you have 15 minutes to burn. With that in mind, check out the below trailer for Deca Sports. Sure, this varied collection of digital athleticism isn't likely to change anyone's life, but the title, slated for a May...

    Posted March 27, 2008| 4 Comments

    'Deca Sports' Trailer
  • Trailer: Deca Sports

    Posted: March 26, 2008

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