One of the best things about Sports Champions 2 is that anyone can compete. There are adjustable difficulty levels, plus optional tutorials which you can try before beginning each event; these are great if you're new to the series or to PlayStation Move games in general.
You need at least one motion controller to play, and in tennis, bowling and golf, only one per player can be used. In archery, boxing and skiing, you can choose to play with two motion controllers, performing movements and actions with both hands just like you would in real life.
Free Play mode lets you jump straight in and sample any event in the game. Cup Play pits you against a series of opponents in a battle to win gold, silver or bronze, while Party Play lets you host a tournament for up to four players.
Each sport is realistic and instantly enjoyable, allowing you to use genuine sporting techniques. For example, in golf or tennis, you can vary the power of your shots, or open the face of your club or racquet to add spin - these accurate touches really help immerse you in the experience. Bowling is fun and addictive, boxing is intense and a great way to settle family scores, while the archery mode - enhanced from the popular version in the first Sports Champions game - is fast-paced and filled with a variety of entertaining original game types. Don't forget to use the Victory Booth to take pictures of yourself holding a variety of virtual props - then post your favourites to Facebook.