Wii Play goes platinum in Japan

Wii Play goes platinum in Japan

Wii Play has now sold over a million copies in the land of the rising sun. It joins Wii Sports (not bundled over there) as the second game so far to go platinum.

I hope they're buying it for the Wiimote.

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Wii Freak said:

I only got Wii Play for the Wiimote. What does the Wii come with?

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Wii Freak said:

I meant in Japan.

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Dragdara said:

Wiimote is the reason.

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wii rox said:

Some of Wii Play is OK but the fishing game is completely useless. If you own Twilight Princess (like everyone else), then you've got a RIDICULOUSLY better fishing game.

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Wiimsicle said:

Wii play isn't all that bad. You can't tell me it's not a fun pick up for a half hour when your buddy comes over type of game. You don't have to get drastically into it and it's competitive when you play other people. It's not THAT bad.

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Scooby Jew said:

Well at least it's another platinum title to add to the Wii's greatness, yes?

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Splintercell4ever said:

Wow a medal of honor of reference. Didn't see that one coming.

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Master Foot said:

Actually, the Wiimote went platinum.

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Ekaj185 said:

I think it sucks compared to Wii Sports.

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TDS said:

Wii play is a lot of fun. I sometimes play a game of fishing, Cow racing or laser pong before work. Just a nice, simple, fun game. And seeing your Mii's in action is a blast!

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Hey said:

It's not a Metal of Honor reference, it is derived from an old (very, very old) Japanese phrase. They termed it themselves.

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Gonzo said:

I don't like Wii Play. The wiimote was it's saving grace. If there wasn't a wiimote, the game would suck even more!

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TheKid said:

Medal of Honor reference, Japan has always been the land of the rising sun due to it's err easternness.

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smitty said:

Just bought it for the wiimote! Great marketing tool though.

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Epsilon said:

Huh, second after Wii Sports? Meaning Zelda isn't platinum over there?

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