Well, it seemed like a good idea at the time!
To recap, on Monday we got to play the games Nintendo had on display at E3 so we thought we'd let you lot ask us questions so rather than give our hands-on impressions like every other website does, we could give you exactly the information you wanted to know.
So Fred posted his blog yesterday asking you lot to submit questions, and I decided to invite the good people over at GoNintendo to ask some questions too (after all, the more the merrier).
One day later I had well over 150 questions to answer! So here are 107 of them. I've left some out because either they were repeats of previous questions, I couldn't answer them for contractual reasons, or I simply hadn't played the game.
Speaking of which, apologies for anyone who asked Spirit Tracks questions: I didn't get round to playing that so I couldn't answer any of your questions. There'll be more of these Q&As in the future though if this one goes well.
Anyway. Here are my 6000 words' worth of answers to the questions YOU wanted to know. Tell me any other games site that listens to its readers like that!
Wii SPORTS RESORT
1) How many events are there in the game?
There are twelve different categories, and each has between one and three different types of game in each. The grand total number of "events" is 24. There's Swordplay (Duel, Speed Slice, Showdown), Wakeboarding, Frisbee (Frisbee Dog, Frisbee Golf), Archery, Basketball (3-Point Contest, Pickup Game), Table Tennis (Match, Return Challenge), Golf, Bowling (Standard Game, 1000-Pin Game, Spin Control), Power Cruising (Slalom Course, VS), Canoeing (Speed Challenge, VS), Cycling (Road Race, VS) and Air Sports (Skydiving, Island Flyover, Dogfight).
2) Does the Wii MotionPlus react to every move as promised?
Yes. All the movements are captured extremely accurately with Wii MotionPlus. Depending on the event, some motions are "locked" and MotionPlus will only work on a couple of axes. In Golf, for example, you can't just wildly swing the club wherever you want, it's locked in a straight vertical arc. Within that vertical arc though, your swing is perfectly accurate.
3) Should I wait to buy Wii MotionPlus until it comes out?
It's up to you. It still works well with EA Sports Grand Slam Tennis, Virtua Tennis 2009 and Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10. However, this is definitely the first game to properly show it off.
4) Will there be any online-functionality in Wii Sports Resort?
No. There's been a lot of rumour about this because the Japanese Nintendo Channel said it used WiiConnect 24. The only way I could see it being used in the version I played was the ability to import Miis from the Mii Contest Channel to either play as or have as background characters. The Wii I played it on didn't have any Miis saved on it though, and so I couldn't record my stats: it may be that if you're not playing with a Guest Mii (as I was) then you can upload your scores to a leaderboard, but that's a complete guess and not fact.
5) many courses/holes are there in Wii Sports Resort golf?
18. The nine from Wii Sports are back as well as nine new Resort-only ones.
6) Are all the games playable without the use of MotionPlus or will it be required for some games like sword fighting?
You need MotionPlus for all games otherwise they won't start.
7) Does Wii Sports Resort come packaged with MotionPlus?