Hudson has probably decided it has probably been long enough since Wii Sports arrived to probably offer its own version, probably.
Dubbed Deca Sports, it offers a selection of events all controlled uniquely by waving your arms in funny ways. In Figure Skating (yes it is very popular) you time your jumps and wrist spins properly to impress the judges, for instance, while in in Snowboard Cross you twist your Wiimote to guide your slippery slider down the slopes.
In total there are 10 pursuits to pursue: Beach Volleyball, Snowboard Cross, Badminton, Basketball, Curling, Figure Skating, Archery, Supercross, Soccer and Kart Racing.
"We have seen tremendous growth in the casual sports gaming market in the last few years, and saw an opportunity that would be a perfect fit for the Nintendo Wii," said John Greiner, boss of Hudson, highlighting the reason why many are frustrated with the console.
Unlike Wii Sports you will not be able to use your Mii in the events, judging by the screenshots, although the characters look scarily similar anyway.
Deca Sports is due out this summer. Pop over to our gallery for the first shots.
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