Due out in March, the Ubisoft-published title will come bundled with a "Motion Tracking Camera," presumably the same one that comes with Ubisoft's Your Shape. nope
The camera-based controls are only available in single-player, according to Kotaku, with Ubisoft telling the site that, unlike the Xbox 360's motion-tracking camera Project Natal, the Wii camera uses "pixel clouds" to track player movement.
Of course, traditional controls Wii Remote controls will be available across the game's five sports--Tennis, Ping Pong, Badminton, Squash, Beach Tennis--with the game also packing support for up to four players, the Wii MotionPlus add-on, and a "Party Mode!" that promises "randomly selected wacky rules" plus "playful balls and birdies."