On June 13, Wii Play: Motion goes on sale, states Nintendo. The game is packaged with 12 new Wii Play games as well as a black Wii Remote Plus.
For ten bucks more than the cost of a Wii Remote Plus you can pick up the new Nintendo controller with a copy of FlingSmash, Artoon's paddle-ball platformer. Is it worth it? Let's see.
With the launch of the Xbox 360's Kinect last week, all three major video game consoles now have motion-based gaming support. But which is the best?
Last year, Nintendo released Wii Sports Resort, and the bundle featured the Wii MotionPlus add-on. But in 2010, Nintendo is now phasing in the Wii RemotePlus with its on-board Wii MotionPlus. What does that mean for Wii Sports Resort?
Late last month, a retail listing showed a FlingSmash bundle with the then unrevealed Wii RemotePlus. That controller is real and so is the bundle.
According to Nintendo, the Wii RemotePlus will be released on November 7 and priced at US$39.99. It features on-board Wii MotionPlus.
Joining Europe and Japan, North America is getting the red Wii bundle that celebrates the 25th anniversary of Super Mario Bros.
Late last month, Nintendo confirmed that new Wii Remotes with on-board Wii MotionPlus. Today, the company has dated and priced the new Wii-motes, dubbed "Wii Remote Plus".
And it is apparently called "Wii Remote Plus".
Of all the ways to play using motion-detecting video games, swordplay seems to offer the most potential for fun.
Nintendo cannot escape our promise-checking. Last year the world's top video game game company promised some cool stuff for the next year or so in gaming. What came true? Was any of their hype wrong?
Over the past few weeks, a new version of Nintendo's Wii Remote controller was tested and ruled totally compliant by the FCC. What has changed about the device that gives the Wii its waggle?
Majesco offers the Wii owner another chance to use the rarely exploited Wii MotionPlus add-on with its new, to-the-point Swords, a game that is about swords, time traveling, and swords.
GameStop stores' monthly poster shipment includes this lovely advertisement for the rumored black Nintendo Wii, bundled with Wii Sports, Wii MotionPlus, and Wii Sports Resort.
The PlayStation Move thrives in darkness, could enable a new kind of Greek god game, has 10 hours of battery life, a mystery port and a simple innovation that could be profound.
Would you like to hear a developer speak freely about making a sequel to a game that was panned? Red Steel 2's Jason VandenBerghe did that today, from Paris. You can download one of our best hours of audio now.