Sports Party Rated For Nintendo Switch By Australian Classification Board

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The Australian Classification Board (ACB) has issued a rating for Sports Party on Nintendo Switch, signalling that Ubisoft is porting their near decade-old sports compilation to the portable home console.

Sports Party was a brand that the publisher had created for Wii, sports compilations that were soon expanded with World Sports Party, Summer Sports Party and Racket Sports Party.

Players could take part in one-on-one and team-based games, and, in the first game, let you participate in sports like basketball, croquet, lawn darts, badminton, volleyball, horseshoes and minigolf.

The Wii Remote was used to allow you to make the authentic actions and motions of each sport to play, which, we can assume, has been similarly explored with the Joy-Con. But, for now, we’ll have to wait until Ubisoft is ready to share more details.

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