"Quantity over quality" defines what Deca Sports 2 is all about. While you seem to get good value for your money in the game's 10 integrated sports, the selection is distinctly weird and the remote and nunchuk control schemes variety from average to terrible. While you could have some multiplayer fun with a set of good-natured members, the games are strange bunch, many of which are poorly represented. So if you've been waiting uncomplainingly for a video-game imitation of petanque or synchronized swimming, absolute with terrible motion controls, please head out to the adjoining store posthaste. If not, please move along, because there's nothing to see here.