ProGamer’s Go Vacation Review. In Go Vacation players explore four paradise resorts hosted on Kawawii Island: Marine, City, Mountain, and Snow. Over 50 activities are available on the island including bungee jumping, ice fishing, scuba diving, miniature golf, tennis, off-road racing, and snowman building. The island can be explored at leisure and navigated by walking, rollerblading, or riding on an ATV depending on the resort. The game also holds hidden bonus items, treasure chests, which players may search for while on the island. The game can be played in splitscreen view, with each player having their own view of the game on a single screen. The game is compatible with many of the Wii’s accessories including the Wii Balance Board, Wii Zapper, and Wii MotionPlus.
The Marine Resort focuses on water-based sports and hosts games such as beach volleyball, surfing, swimming, water gun battles, ATV races, marine bike tricks (an event in which players compete on marine bikes to land different tricks) and scuba diving. The available transport is boat and tour airplane. The available gear is marine bikes and ATV.
The City Resort focuses on extreme and leisure sports and hosts games such as table hockey, a pie throwing game, and a skating game in which players use a skateboard or inline skates to perform stunts or grind on various rails and buildings around the city. The available transport is trolley car. The available gear is inline skates and skateboard.
The Mountain Resort focuses on outdoor activities and includes places to go rafting, kayaking, exploring, off-road car racing and horseback riding. The available transport is the train and boat. The available gear is horses, off-road car and kayak.
The Snow Resort focuses on winter sports and hosts games such as ski jumping, snow tubing, snowboarding, snowmobiling, and snowball fighting. The available transport is chairlifts and helicopters. The available gear is skis, snowboard, snowmobile and snowtube.
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