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Hama Sports Accessories Kit 3in1

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      08.09.2009 15:07

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      Buy a real Tennis Racket and go and play real Tennis

      You have to wonder what sort of mindset people are in when they walk into a game store and decide to throw down money for a set of plastic replicas that add nothing to a game.

      When the Wii was released along with Wii Sports, the world revelled in a new type of gaming, and while the core mechanics of the machine have shifted into the realm of minigame upon minigame, sports games still stand out on the machine as it's physical control system leads the way in immersion (Or so we're led to believe).

      The Hama Sports Accessories Kit provides you with a fake Tennis Racket, Golf Club and Baseball Bat to stick your Wiimote in. The biggest problem, aside from the fact it's money for useless tat, is that all the items featured are undersized and weightless. The Golf Club looks and feels like a chunky fountain pen, the Tennis Racket looks more like a Kitchen Siv and the Baseball Bat... Well we all know what the Baseball Bat looks like, but for the purposes of keeping things clean, let's keep quiet.

      As a friend of mine bought this set for her daughters, I pleaded with her to see sense in the ridiculousness, suggesting she simply buy another game for them instead. Alas, she bought two packs of these - Used approximately five times before the Golf Club snapped, and the rest were left to ponder their existance in the toy box. A waste of not only plastic, but common sense.

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