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Gamertell Review: James Cameron’s Avatar: The Game for Wii

by Kirk Hiner on Feb 8, 2010 at 10:03 AM

James Cameron’s Avatar The Game is unique among movie tie-ins in that, rather than basing it on the movie, it appears to be based on the trailer. Or maybe just the one sheet or concept drawings. I don’t know but if you buy this expecting to play through the rather… Continue Reading »

Miyamoto says next Wii might be more wee

by Brian Allen on Oct 28, 2009 at 12:06 PM

In an interview with Popular Mechanics, gaming legend Shigeru Miyamoto talked about what he feels will be the natural evolution of the Wii and its various control devices. They have the technology. They can rebuild it and make it better, cuter and, yes, smaller than before… Continue Reading »

Penguin releases three Wii MotionPlus bundle kits

by Jessica Moen on Oct 28, 2009 at 09:35 AM

We all enjoy the Wii action and sport games for their realistic feel, well Penguin Unlimited, maker of some great gaming accessories, is coming out with three different bundle packs that utilize the MotionPlus accessory. The bundles include Samurai Sword, Golf Club, and Tennis add ons. Continue Reading »

Gamertell Review: Wii Sports Resort for Wii

by Kirk Hiner on Aug 14, 2009 at 07:38 AM

Wii Sports Resort may at times come off like a tech demo for the new Wii MotionPlus accessory, but is there anything wrong with that? By offering nearly 1:1 motion capturing, reflecting motions in a 3D space, the Wii MotionPlus brings a level of control to your WiiMote that simply… Continue Reading »

No surprises here: Wii Sports Resort sells 500k in only eight days

by Danielle Riendeau on Aug 7, 2009 at 10:02 AM

Holy Guacamole – we all knew that Nintendo’s newest first party offering, Wii Sports Resort, was going to do well. But 500,000 copies in eight days? Especially when the game in question is really an excuse to launch the Wii Motion Plus add-on? Wow. According to 1Up, the figures translate… Continue Reading »

E3 2009: Hands on with Wii Sports Resort

by Danielle Riendeau on Jun 6, 2009 at 03:44 PM

Nintendo’s booth was a happening place at this year’s E3 (well, it usually is…), with tons of showgoers looking to get their hands on games like New Super Mario Bros. Wii, Wii Fit Plus, Sin and Punishment 2, Zelda: Spirit Tracks, and the big N’s awesome sequel to Wii Pack… Continue Reading »

E3 2009: The three-way fight for ultimate motion control in games

by PJ Hruschak on Jun 3, 2009 at 07:22 PM

The press conferences for the Big Three – Sony, Nintendo and Microsoft – put at least partial rest to months of speculation, rumors and artist renderings of supposed motion control devices being released by each company. The good news is that all three were able to perform live demonstrations of… Continue Reading »

E3 2009: More on Wii Sports Resort

by Jenni Lada on Jun 2, 2009 at 08:29 PM

If you’re finally starting to get tired of Wii Sports, Nintendo has you covered. Nintendo took a decent chunk of its press conference today to devote to the new Wii game Wii Sports Resort. The game comes out July 26, 2009, will cost $49.99 and will include one Wii Motion… Continue Reading »

E3 2009: More about Red Steel 2 (with photos)

by PJ Hruschak on Jun 2, 2009 at 02:13 PM

One of the big games highlighted by both Ubisoft and Nintendo at this year’s E3 was Red Steel 2, a sequel to the Wii launch title Red Steel. A Wii exclusive, it’s a first-person-action-game where you wield a sword and pistol, blocking bullets with your katana, hacking and slashing opponents… Continue Reading »

E3 2009: More on the WiiMotionPlus (with photos)

by PJ Hruschak on Jun 2, 2009 at 01:43 PM

Nintendo made a lot of mention of the upcoming WiiMotionPlus controller. Meant to replace the WiiMote, Red Steel 2 will be the first game to use on the WiiMotionPlus and they will be bundled together. The WiiMotionPlus appears to be a combination skin and attachment, covering the back of the… Continue Reading »

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