Behold: singer Katy Perry, the only person on earth who actually listens to Nintendo when they tell you to wear the Wiimote strap.
Crime is a constant feature of video games writing. Somewhere, someone is doing something illicit with them—sometimes comically stupid, sometimes tragic. Games and consoles are currency, objects of dispute, sometimes even weapons themselves. Kotaku's Police Blotter is here to round up the latest in games crime.
When Capcom showed survival horror game Resident Evil 5 being played with PS3 Move motion controls at last year's Tokyo Game Show, I quietly snickered to myself. No, actually, it may have been audible. Boy, was I ever wrong.
This year's E3 gaming expo in Los Angeles has two of the biggest game companies go literally head-to-head in...waggle.
Inventor-by-day, DJ-by-night Henry Strange's latest creation is a laser beam that is controlled by a Nintendo Wii Remote mounted in a white, plastic gun casing.
Fans of hardcore child-rearing sims will no doubt find the Wii-exclusive "Baby and Me" to be a day-one purchase this year, promising a revolutionary new peripheral in which you stick a Wiimote inside a baby.
That infamous "Mama!!!" video where the Wiimote destroys the flat-screen has been endlessly debated: staged or real? In this, it's safe to assume the Home Shopping Network did not intend to smash its own TV showing off Wii Tennis.
Using a concave mirror, Airborne Ultrasound Tactile Display and Wii Remotes, University of Tokyo researchers have created a tangible hologram projector.
This year, both Microsoft and Sony announced motion technology platforms. This comes years after Nintendo first launched its own motion controlled console, the Wii. So what does Nintendo think?
Nintendo is releasing add-on for the Wii Remote called Wii MotionPlus. It brings much needed accuracy to the Wii-mote. Why wasn't it included in the original Wii-mote?
A new patent application Nintendo has filed in the U.S. tips its hand to a potential new focus for the game-maker, and no, it is not core gamers.
According to game site IGN's Wii podcast, the Wii MotionPlus is delayed. According to Nintendo, it's not.
A Nintendo patent from March 2006 shows that the company originally intended a Wii-mote style device for the GameCube. A patent drawing shows how the Wii Remote could link with the GC.
When Nintendo says it puts more smiles on more faces, I'm sure it's not including the maniacal grin one must get blasting away raving Rabbids with this gangsta MP5 mod.
Researchers at Rice University make heavy use of high-end motion capture systems (glued on ping-pong balls and all) when studying how humans acquire and improve motor skills, but perhaps a WiiMote will work.