New Nintendo patent images appear to show more of the company’s upcoming Quality of Life project, which Kotaku previously introduced. The patent images show a smartphone cradle able to project on the ceiling, sleep monitoring interface, mood-detecting voice recognition, and Balance Board connectivity.
Usually Saya Hikita is smiling. Not today. Today, she is crying.
Stormtroopers 365 isn't just a year-long photo project that wrapped up last month, it's also proof that like you and I, Stormtroopers love to get their game on.
David Campisi's life is all about exercise and sports.
Well this one took us almost completely not by surprise! Sega's countdown clock has ended, revealing a trailer for Super Monkey Ball Step & Roll for the Nintendo Wii.
What better way to cool down a group of games writers in the middle of summer than showing them a video game about snowboarding?
The fact that someone from Nintendo is currently in sole possession of a video of a Kotaku writer playing Birdseye Bullseye has nothing to do with our willingness to publish the following post.
Is Sega planning on doing additional banana grabbing on the Wii? A recently filed trademark for Super Monkey Ball Step & Roll would lead us to believe it might be, adding Wii Balance Board support to the formula.
Gold's Gym and Ubisoft are teaming up to create a cardio workout game for the Wii and its weight-measuring balance board, the companies announced today.
It's okay to work all night and sleep all day with Go Play Lumberjax, the first game in Majesco's new line of family friendly games for the Nintendo Wii.
"These are not officially licensed products, we always…
First Balance Board Blog got hold of a rather bizarre YouTube clip that features - women in jogging leotards? dudes with horrid combovers in corsets and black socks? - running to a 60-Minutes style stopwatch. Nothing in the vid suggests it's a promo for a game, much less one using the Wii Balance Board, so methinks…
In a recent interview with MTV, Nintendo's Shigeru Miyamoto was asked whether or not he'd been worried about the public falling from Balance Boards (leading to what would inevitably be more cracked televisions, this time ala head). And according to Miyamotos response, those Balance Boards are every bit as safe as we'd…