The outside world doesn't know a whole lot about what is really going on in North Korea—how the people actually live and what they do. One thing we can prove, however, is that at least one North Korean citizen has played the Nintendo Wii.
This November, Nintendo is rolling out a new bundle in Japan. The white or black Nintendo Wii will come with a regular Wii Remote Plus and a Nunchuk as well as a pink Wii-mote Plus and a copy of Wii Party.
In Japan, Nintendo is releasing new hardware bundles this month, and a new hardware color next.
The Wii is now $169.99 USD at most U.S. retailers (Best Buy, Target, Amazon, GameStop) as of this week. Budget minded Wii owners will also be happy to know that two Nintendo games, Wii Party and Wii Sports Resort, have also had their prices slashed a cool ten bucks. Both are $39.99 USD, Nintendo of America has…
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?
Are you the best Wii gamer in the country? Nintendo gives you a chance to prove your mettle in the first-ever Wii Games: Summer 2010, and it all starts in the cradle of civilization: New Jersey.
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.
The black Wii console, which we already knew was coming, has today been officially revealed by Nintendo of America. It'll still be $200, and include not one game, but two.
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.
No disc - game, CD, DVD, whatever - sold more in 2009 than Modern Warfare 2, in the U.K. anyway, where the game bested phenomena such as Lady Gaga and Susan Boyle, and standbys like James Bond and Harry Potter.
You know, pop-culture referencing television show Lost isn't the only form of entertainment that includes island fun.
Amazon continues to dole out the savings, Gold Box style, with Nintendo Wii games going fast all day long. How fast? They sold out of Spore Hero in under an hour. That's pretty damn fast.
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?
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.
At present, you buy Wii Sports Resort for $50, you get the game and a single MotionPlus accessory. But next month, you'll be getting a little more for your money.