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New Nintendo Switch Sports brings back Wii Nostalgia


Nintendo Switch Sports brings you back to the old days of Wii

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The Nintendo Switch Sports is out right now and for those who remember the Nintendo Wii version with the nunchaku, it was a great workout. And I enjoyed it back in the old days. Walmart is the only retailer that is sending a water bottle as a free bonus. The physical edition came with the game and a leg strap which sold for $10 if buy separately.  The sports in this game are volleyball, bowling, soccer, tennis, and chambra. They also announced golf is coming soon as the next update.  

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Nintendo online membership is required if you want to face tough challenges of other people in the world instead of CPU because it can get boring playing the CPU.  The joy-con controller is what is being used the most for this game. Some gameplay examples for the additional equipment are as follows: The leg strap where you attach one of the joy-con is for kicking the ball in soccer. The other joy-con using the analog is for running. The goalie is required two joy-cons for blocking shots.

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Overall this game is a perfect workout at home in the living room or any large space at home; I enjoyed playing tennis with my family and I was sweating.  Highly recommend it for a family workout. If everyone is playing soccer then you need to buy leg straps for everyone. Note the digital edition only has the game and you need to buy the leg straps for soccer.

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