Entertainment That Changes Based On Your Biological Response

You're slowly creeping along the darkened halls of a haunted mansion, waiting for the next zombie to come shambling around the corner. It's a familiar situation, and you're not afraid. Sensors convey this information to your game console, and suddenly an ear-piercing shriek fills the air behind you. Your heartbeat… » 3/14/11 9:00pm 3/14/11 9:00pm

Has Nintendo's Vitality Sensor Flatlined?

At the 2009 E3 gaming expo in Los Angeles, Nintendo revealed the Wii Vitality Sensor for the first time. The peripheral was M.I.A. at the following E3. And at a recent investors meeting, Nintendo president Satoru Iwata didn't explicitly provide an update. » 11/02/10 5:00am 11/02/10 5:00am

Will The Next Zelda Game Change Based On Your Pulse?

Nintendo game designer Shigeru Miyamoto may be toying with new ways to shake up The Legend of Zelda, adding more than just Wii MotionPlus support for the next adventure of Link. Is he also considering Wii Vitality Sensor-based gameplay? » 3/22/10 8:00pm 3/22/10 8:00pm

Super Guide, Vitality Sensor and Netflix DS: A Conversation With…

While both Sony and Microsoft are focusing on their own forms of motion gaming this year, Nintendo plans to continue their efforts to change the way we play games. » 3/22/10 2:00pm 3/22/10 2:00pm