I have a Wii Balance Board. I have not used it for years. Maybe things would be different if there were more games for it. Maybe things would be different if it came in a different color—like black.
Oscar-winner Helen Mirren was reportedly paid £500,000 (US$800,000) to appear in a Wii Fit Plus ad. This is that ad!
Those babies might be fat, but this Wii Fit Plus campaign isn't for them. It's for their moms.
Ever wonder why Dame Helen Mirren agreed to appear in upcoming Wii ads? Maybe she likes the Wii. But maybe it was the two-day commercial shoot and the very hefty paycheck. Ka-ching!
Shigeru Miyamoto is a video game pioneer. He entered the industry in 1977 and has been instrumental in changing the way we play games. He knows where we've been, but does he know where we are going?
Shigeru Miyamoto has created a plethora of game characters and games. Many of his ideas come from his hobbies. He has expressed his desire in making an all-new character. That could mean an all new game. But what?
Like a box of Cheerios, boxes for Wii, Wii Fit Plus and Wii Sports Resort will soon feature a seal of approval from The American Heart Association. That means, really, truly, these video games could be good for you.
It wasn't just hardware and money Nintendo was dealing with today; software sales were also announced as part of the company's latest financial report.
With a new Super Mario Bros. title to tide fans over, and plenty of third-party software, this year's Wii offering includes an eclectic mix of games. But which to buy?
David Campisi's life is all about exercise and sports.
As if the mall couldn't be any scarier this holiday season, Nintendo is setting a Nintendo Holiday Mall Experience for shoppers to try out mid-mad dash.
Starting this month, Nintendo's Wii gets its own section and pitch people at The Sports Authority stores nationwide, part of a movement to help make the country more fit, the fitness chain's president told Kotaku this morning.
Shigeru Miyamoto and the Nintendo boss Satoru Iwata chat about Wii Fit Plus, and Miyamoto discusses an odd fixation he has - guessing the length and weight of certain things. It's why he carries a tape measure. For real.
Everybody back on the balance board! Wii fit is back and packed with so much additional content that Nintendo had to add a Plus to the end of the title.
People in this country have it tough on the health front between unrealistic body image expectations and amazing food we're expected to avoid for the sake of our figures.
The last time we saw her in a Nintendo ad — no, the last time we remember seeing her in a Nintendo ad was for New Super Mario Bros. Hey, it's a memorable ad, full of innuendo.
My cat, Lola, is 14.1 pounds – which is actually three quarters of a pound lighter than what the vet said she weighed last year.