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As part of Majesco's new motion-based Go Play family brand, Go Play City Sports lets players experience six classic street games in their living room. The all-new sports compilation includes stickball, kickball, handball, rooftop hockey, shootout soccer and jump rope. Players use the intuitive movements of the Wii Remote and Wii Balance Board to dodge obstacles like manhole covers, fire hydrants and parked cars as they compete with up to 4 players to earn trophies and unlock new courts and equipment.

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#101 lowest rated WII sports game (#641 on WII, #17933 overall)

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60% of 5 total votes

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#64 easiest WII sports game (#418 on WII, #6200 overall)

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5 total votes

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#46 shortest WII sports game (#361 on WII, #10796 overall)

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83% of 6 total votes

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