Hudson reveals Deca Sports

Hudson reveals Deca Sports

In a recent Japanese magazine Hudson showed off Deca Sports, a game they hope will be a Wii Sports rival.

Stylistically it features characters similar to Miis, but they're more advanced looking with realistically shaped arms and legs. So far a good range of sports has been shown, they are:

  • Archery
  • Kart racing
  • Dirt bikes
  • Volleyball
  • Football (soccer)
  • Basketball
  • Badminton

Here's a scan of the archery event, along with the all-important demo from a fun oriental fellow.


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Scooby Jew said:

Heh, "fun oriental fellow". Nice one on that. But how do you shoot an arrow one-handed? I don't think I've ever seen that done (he's only using the Wiimote, his other hand is useless).

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da bomb said:

Volleyball should be fun.

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Keelan said:

You guys know who that "fun oriental fellow" is right? He's the real life person that Master Higgins from the Adventure Island series is based off of. His real name is Takahashi Meijin and his nick name is "16Shot", which refers to how many times he can tap a button in a second.

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cmk said:

Fun oriental fellow. Priceless! High five wiisworld.

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Nintendoof said:

How come he's not using the Nunchuk?

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i need a wiieww said:

Yea, there was a mini game on sonic where you use bow and arrow with just the remote, but everyone always ends up as if they're rocking something on wheels by their waist.

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Nova said:

Wow. I've actually been waiting for an archery game. But there's not anything to let go except a button, so it won't be much like a real bow.

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Tommy said:

Why isn't the nunchuck acting as a bow? Damn it.

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SSBB Obsession said:

It make you wonder why there hasn't been plans for Wii Sports 2.

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divinity boy said:

It wouldn't matter if you used the nunchuk anyway because it would be stationary just like his hand. These are games, and will never ever be real life.

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