LONDON, Dec. 3, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- The Wii games console was a huge hit over the Christmas period last year with families and friends enjoying the social aspect of this interactive new take on gaming. The beauty of the Wii games console is that first time gamers can easily get involved in the action, with intuitive games that require no prior gaming experience.
There is a huge selection of Wii Games available at Tesco Entertainment so we thought it would be a great idea to provide an overview of some of the fun options that will spice up your Christmas festivities.
Football banter is common place over the Christmas period so why not channel some of the passion into Fifa 11, the latest football masterpiece from EA Sports. Enjoy the incredible new graphics, exotic locations, superb playability and brand new features this superb new football game has to offer.
Just dance 2
If you feel like embarrassing the children this Christmas then get your dancing shoes on with Just Dance 2, the brand new dance game for the Wii gaming console. With over 40 incredible songs from Beastie Boys to Wham you won't be able to stop the dancing.
DJ Hero 2
There are sure to be some family members around this Christmas that pride themselves on their DJ skills. Put there scratching, mixing, pitch control and rhythm to the test this festive season with DJ Hero 2, the ultimate new DJ game that will keep the party atmosphere going all the way through to the New Year.
Disney's Epic Mickey 26th Nov
We are all familiar with Mickey mouse but Disney's Epic Mickey sheds a new, slightly devious twist on this familiar character. Disney's Epic Mickey is a great adventure where players can modify their surroundings using magic paint whilst bumping into a familiar long lost Disney friends along the way.
Tesco Entertainment is the online portal for all Tesco entertainment products. It stocks a wide range of computer games for PS3, Wii, Nintendo and XBOX 360. With free delivery to UK customers and friendly service, the Tesco Entertainment website is definitely worth a visit.
SOURCE Tesco Entertainment