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Wii Sports Review
December 16, 2006

Wii Sports is a fairly simple game, but it can keep you hooked for hours on end. Players can choose from five different sports, including golf, bowling, tennis, baseball, and boxing. Each of these sports uses the Wii-mote in its own unique way. Wii Sports is a great game to start off with, because it really familiarizes players with the basic functions and motions of the Wii's unique controller.

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Trauma Center Review
December 16, 2006

Atlus Co.'s Trauma Center was originally developed for the Nintendo DS a few years ago. It received many positive reactions, and although it did not receive as much attention as it should have, there were still plenty of fans. The Nintendo Wii's Trauma Center: Second Opinion continues the series, while still maintaining a grasp on the core elements we enjoyed on the DS. With heart-pounding episodes, as well as a strange, but creative storyline, Trauma Center will keep you in the Operating Room for hours.

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