Wii Sports
Wii Sports
The game's internal name is "Sports Pack For Revolution", which refers to the Wii's pre-release codename, "Revolution".
Contributed by eco23
At one point in development, Wii Sports was being developed to feature Mario characters rather than Miis.
Contributed by KidDivinegon
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By holding the A button and the B button at the black screen before the screen where you decide where your players will be, the court will be the blue training court.
Contributed by Masterman
In "Bowling", if the player's ball enters an alley that isn't their own, the crowd will laugh at them.
Contributed by game4brains
It is possible in "Bowling" to throw the bowling ball into the crowd, accompanied by a surprised reaction from the crowd (who scream and jump to avoid the ball) and an automatic do-over that does not affect the player's score. To throw the ball into the crowd, simply let go of the B Button during the back swing, and it will fly out of your Mii's hand and into the crowd.
Contributed by game4brains
Wii Sports has sold 81 million copies world wide. This outsells the entire Legend of Zelda series (70 million global sales across all games). This is due to the game being bundled with the Wii console.
Contributed by thescottishgamer
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In the training mode in the Bowling game, when you get to the last level in which you have to hit 91 pins, throwing the bowling ball in just the right position on top of the gutter will get you an automatic strike, accompanied by an explosion sound.
Contributed by Nomtaro
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All of the golf courses in Wii Sports are remakes of levels from the NES game "Golf". Both games were launch titles for their respective systems.
Contributed by DidYouKnowGaming