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Post by trog @ 12:55pm 02/07/08 | 3 Comments
If you're in Melbourne and have some mad skills at Wii Sports, you might want to head into the Nintendo Wii Championships on this weekend at Federation Square:
Get down to the Wii Championships this weekend - Saturday 5 and Sunday 6 July - at Federation Square Melbourne to put your Wii Sports skills to the test and win great Nintendo prizes!

Youll also have the chance to compete in Wii Sports tennis and Wii Sports bowling against Channel Nine personalities Kelly Landry (Getaway), Shura Taft and Georgia Sinclair (KidsWB).

Each day a Wii, and five Wii games will be up for grabs for the daily champion, plus the first 500 entrants per day will receive a Wii back pack!
Check out the press release for more details.



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Kamma
Posted 12:58pm 02/7/08
Wait, what. Since when did Wii Sports require ANY skill?
Spook
Posted 01:06pm 02/7/08
^^ wtf ^^

so i guess you are bowling 300 every game, and getting around the wii sports golf course in 10 under regularly eh? (wii sports golf though simple is an excellent little game)

wii sports is fricken wicked:

even the tennis is amusing in small doses

much fun to be had playing both sides of the net with two controllers
sif greazy
Posted 02:00pm 02/7/08
I wish it was some other game, like super smash brother or mario kart. Why wii sports?

By the way, spelling error in the subject, Nintendo.
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