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Can You Beat These Wii Sports Resort Scores?

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Video game record keeper Twin Galaxies has posted the first official record scores for Wii Sports Resort. Have you got what it takes to oust the champions?

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Can you top 105 in Archery on expert difficulty? How about 999 on the Table Tennis return challenge? Probably not, but if you've got a bit of free time you might want to check out the official Wii Sports Resort records, as you can never really tell if you're just average at a game or some sort of supernatural freak without official scores to compare yourself to. I personally think I might have a chance at the expert Wakeboarding title, as long as no one has to actually see me doing it to qualify.

Check out a selection of the scores below, or head over to http://www.twingalaxies.com to see how you rank in thousands of other games. Your next obsession could be waiting just around the corner. Next stop, your own hot sauce.

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Selected Wii Sports Resort Records and Rankings as of 9/2/09:

Archery (Expert Difficulty)
1. 105 points - Brandon Skar, Snoqualmie, WA
2. 80 points - Nick Manns, Huntington, WV
3. 68 points - Lance Eustache, Arverne, NY

Table Tennis (Return Challenge)
1. 999 - Brandon Skar, Snoqualmie, WA
2. 271 - Marc Cohen, Henderson, NV
3. 204 - Lance Eustache, Arverne, NY

Bowling (100 Pin Game)
1. 2,098 - Marc Cohen, Henderson, NV
2. 1,682 - Julie Mee, Rhyl, United Kingdom
3. 1,182 - Ronald Loch, Garland, TX

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Basketball (3 point challenge)
1. 26 - Lance Eustache, Arverne, NY
2. 25 - Brandon Skar, Snoqualmie, WA
3. 24 - Clabe Anglin, Krum, TX

Wakeboarding (Expert Difficulty)
1. 1,581 - Brandon Skar, Snoqualmie, WA
2. 1,266 - Lance Eustache, Arverne, NY
3. 820 - Ginger Stowe, Grand Rapids, MI

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DISCUSSION

Barring the Table Tennis score, I agree with what others have said: these scores aren't even close to representative of how high some people have scored on most of these games.

For example, I know for a fact that I have a score that beats the third place wakeboarding score. Because there's a stamp for getting 1000 or more on expert. I don't even know what my high score is specifically, but I know I definitely have all the stamps for wakeboarding.

The table tennis score is obviously the best possible. The archery score is pretty sweet, though surely there must be some better scores out there. Everything else is actually pretty sad. I'm not saying I can do better, but my records are fairly close to most of those, and I've hardly played the game that much, so to extrapolate from that, there must be some really bitchin' scores out there that haven't been submitted.