Wii Play is basically a collection of mini games, which include “pinball, table hockey and pool, as well as a simple point-and-click shooting game and a minigame where you move your Mii (your Wii avatar) around on a city block.” GT reviews this title after the jump.

If you’ve already got four Wii remotes, well, you can probably do without Wii Play. It’s not going to make or break anybody’s gaming library. But if you’re looking to get a new remote, go ahead and spend the extra $10

[via IGN]

Wii Play is basically a collection of mini games, which include “pinball, table hockey and pool, as well as a simple point-and-click shooting game and a minigame where you move your Mii (your Wii avatar) around on a city block.” GT reviews this title after the jump.

If you’ve already got four Wii remotes, well, you can probably do without Wii Play. It’s not going to make or break anybody’s gaming library. But if you’re looking to get a new remote, go ahead and spend the extra $10

[via IGN]