Almost two years after Wii Sports launched, Japanese game company Hudson released Deca Sports in 2008. The game was a collection of ten motion-controlled sports games. Now, it's 2010 and Microsoft is launching its own motion control system, Kinect.
DECA SPORTS, Hudson's take on Wii Sports with added Adidas advertising, may not be a very good game, but since when does that matter.
Adidas ad sports title DECA SPORTS. Since putting the game on sale earlier this year, Hudson has shipped 700,000 copies to Japan, North America and Europe, selling 500,000 of them worldwide. That's a pretty good ship-to-sales ratio right there, folks! 『DECA SPORTA（デカスポルタ） Wiiでスポーツ"10"種目！』が全世界で70万本を出荷 [Famitsu]
Hudson Entertainment president and CEO John Greiner is stepping down after 20 years with the company, to spend more time with his family and pursue "personal interests."