"I was playing Call of Duty", Norwegian teenager Henrik Eide Dahl told The Local. "Then everything went dark and I passed out."
Ah, the Kinect. The problem with the Kinect in Japan is that one of the requirements for using it, namely open space, is pretty much one of the most expensive commodities in the country. That, paired with substandard games making the headlines, and it's not surprising that Microsoft's motion detecting Xbox peripheral…
According to a suspiciously brief newswire report, 24 year-old Briton Amanda Flowers has become a "sex addict" after falling off her Wii Fit board.
The war on terrorism can be a real hassle, just ask anyone who has flown recently. Fortunately, science and the Wii have joined forces to try and cut-down on those mammoth airport security lines with the Fidget Monitor.
There's little doubt that Blizzard's World of Warcraft can be addictive. Most of you probably know someone addicted to it. But we doubt you know anyone stupid enough to pay $14,000 to kick said addiction.
In April, we showed you a mobile x-ray unit adorned with Pokemans, intended for Japanese hospitals. But would you believe it's not the only Pokemon-branded x-ray machine on the market?
PediSedate's premise is largely summed up by the headline, as the device is genuinely intended to reduce the stress of going under the knife—and wearing dorky headgear—by gassing kids while they play Game Boy games.
A 10-year-old girl left paralyzed by a virus four years ago is learning to walk again thanks to her doctors and a copy of Wii Fit, Ireland's Herald.ie writes.