Wii Sports Scores

Discussion in 'Gaming' started by Drakkon, Dec 30, 2006.

  1. Drakkon

    Drakkon New Member

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    I know there are only a few wii owners out there but have seen other forums posting thier scores so thought it be fun to do here too

    My old favorite was tennis - i made it ~2075 but past 1900 you play the same 2 damn people over and over and they give you no points for it and will even take away points if you loose (if it goes to duece too many times or something) :mad:

    Baseball and golf cant do too well in. Made it to 800 on baseball and then pitching got really tuff. Gold i cant swing like it wants me to and i cut the ball every time and putting just cannot be done correctly :p

    Bowling i made it to *pro* status and have been stuck between 900-1030 because i cant seem to bowl above a 220 and any game below a 180 seems to knock you down once your above 900.

    Boxing however has been my crowing achievement. Every night since xmas eve i've been playing for maybe 20-30 mins seeing how many guys i could get through and finally tonight made it to 2500 :D[​IMG]
    yay me :D
  2. Griffin

    Griffin Might be back

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    I wish i had a wii.
  3. rocadelpunk

    rocadelpunk Junior Member

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    10 homeruns in homerun derby and like 5600 feetish
  4. Cr@cKpiPe tE@sEr noOb!

    Cr@cKpiPe tE@sEr noOb! Not Just Handsome

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    Haven't really played Boxing. Bowling is my drug. My highest score has been a 232. I also have done a six-pack (six strikes in a row) and couple of five-in-a-rows.

    Tennis i'm at pro but have been pretty stagnant.

    Golf I don't play alone so much but against other people I get into it. I usually finish around -2 or -3 under par.
  5. braaains

    braaains gubble gubble

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    I can dominate any of my friends at boxing...

    My dads at like 1300 on boxing. He's doing well but its getting tough. Any pointers?
  6. Phant0m51

    Phant0m51 From Utah, NOT mormon

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    I'm a fan of the Bowling, Golf, and Boxing on the Wii. Currently a pro in Bowling (1100, 256 high game), and a pro in boxing (1050)

    Here's some tips for newer players:

    Bowling - Find your favorite swing speed/spin on the ball. Don't worry about where you're standing until you are throwing a consistent ball. Once you figure out how to throw the same ball every time, only then should you find your place to stand.

    Golf - There really isn't a one, single secret that will make you better. Watch the wind speed/direction and adjust accordingly. Swing control is a must. Remember that when you're hitting the ball, look at the "dots" on your power gauge. Wherever you hit on your power gauge is where your ball is going to hit the ground, not where it is going to stop. Putting is all about watching the 'lie' of the green. Hit the (1) button to look at the 'lie'. Sometimes it doesn't look like the hill you're shooting across doesn't pitch too much, but remember that you are farther away from the hole than you think, so adjust accordingly.

    Boxing - Combos, Combos, Combos. If you're not hitting your opponent with 2-3 or even 4 swing combos, you're not doing your best. Also, Sometimes when you dodge, you'll have some translucent shadows move next to you. If your opponent happens to punch at the same time you dodge with the 'shadows' the game will slow down into a kind of bullet time, and any punches you throw will land...hard. Get yourself used to dodging around if your opponent likes to go for long combos (jab, jab, left hook, right hook). Also, don't forget that you can upper-cut. It takes some practice to get it down, but a well placed upper-cut on a forward dodging opponent can make them drool all over the carpet.
  7. Drakkon

    Drakkon New Member

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    for boxing the biggest thing is dodging....playing the minigame for dodging the tennis balls will do a ton to get you up to speed - once you reach gold level you can make it to 2500+ in the real game easy - just dodge from side to side till oppoent missed and throw a 1-2-3 combo of jabs knocks quite a few pie pieces off.
    also the uppercut is a tuff one as it leaves you defencless against the opponents above 1500. they easy throw 4-5 hit combos if you let your guard down for even a second. Leaning forward kind of helps as you in pulling one off and they are great cause you hit one and you can follow it up with a jab jab hook