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My son has been our little soccer star for the past 3 years. He’s progressed in his soccer skills and seems to really have a knack for the sport. Since he has such an affinity for soccer, we will support him throughout his soccer journey, wherever it may take him.
When my son discovered that he could practice soccer in his living room during the colder months when it’s too chilly to play on the field, he was ecstatic. We didn’t know just how realistic a soccer video game could be until we unwrapped our copy of Nintendo Switch Sports.
Before I get into all the wonderful qualities of Nintendo Switch Sports, I have to tell you about my own experience with Nintendo Sports that goes way back to the days of Wii Sports. You see, when I was a newlywed, my husband waited in line for the Nintendo Wii. The draw to the then-popular and new Nintendo console was my ability to workout with an interactive video game. Wii Sports was THE sole reason I had to get my hands on the sold-out Wii system.
Fast forward to current day, Nintendo Switch Sports took some ideas from their predecessor and improved them. The best improvement, aside from the graphics, is the addition of the leg strap that allows you to use your legs to run and kick in the soccer game within Nintendo Switch Sports. Other games included in Nintendo Switch Sports are bowling, tennis, volleyball, badminton, and chambara. There is something for everyone in my family to enjoy on Nintendo Switch Sports, with our family favorite being bowling. My son, of course, can be seen kicking around a soccer ball in our living room, while playing with and against other players on Nintendo Switch Sports!
I hope there will be more additions to Nintendo Switch Sports like kickboxing and yoga, but I am excited that one of my favorite games is back for the latest Nintendo console! You can find out more about each sport that is included in Nintendo Switch Sports by heading over to the Nintendo website.
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