November 2nd, 2010 by Wii Game Reviews
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The console itself includes 512MB of internal flash memory, two USB 2.0 ports, and built-in WiFi 802.11b/g technology for easy wireless connectivity. Wii users can also communicate effortlessly with Nintendo DS handheld consoles.
The Nintendo Wii Game Console pack gets you off to a great start with two fantastic sporting games, which fully take advantage of the included Wii MotionPlus accessory – tracking players’ movements with more accuracy than ever before!
Get your party started with Nintendo Wii Party, which offers a range of fun, active games everybody can play in groups and pairs! Your own Mii characters will be the stars of the event!
Round up the gang and get everyone from young to old involved with Wii Party’s selection of more than 13 game modes and 80 mini-games suitable for all ages. The party games include Board Game Island, a board game like no other, Mii-Ball Bingo, Swap Meet and more, and all involve groups of four or less. House Party Mode is guaranteed to get everybody off the couch and interacting and having a great time, while Pair Games let you and a pal team up or play as foes in a variety of co-op and competitive mini-games!
Make the most out of your Wii with the Wii Party from Nintendo!
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June 4th, 2008 by Wii Game Reviews
Wii is fresh, new, and different – but most importantly, Wii is bags of fun. Offering incredible new technology that will innovate the way we play in the home, Nintendo’s fantastically accessible motion-sensitive controller has rewritten the videogame rulebook.
- ANYone, of ANY age with ANY skill level can pick up and play a Wii.
- It’s incredibly fun – a new style of gaming, fuelled by innovative motion detection technology.
- Wii and its unique games bridge generation gaps – Wii is for everyone: spouses can play together, grandparents can play with grandchildren.
- Wii is communal, both entertaining to play and amusing to watch!
Nintendo’s Wii video game system (pronounced “we”) is designed to attract people, regardless of their age or video game experience, to sit down and play together–whether they’re in the same room or on different sides of the globe. The system’s name reflects this simple idea. It’s easily pronounced in a variety of languages, and the distinctive spelling suggests two players side by side.
The two Wii features Nintendo thinks will create new levels of gaming community are built-in Wi-Fi access, supported by a new online gaming service, and Wii’s intuitive, wireless, motion-sensitive game controller. As with every new console release, much of the buzz surrounds the specs. The system boasts 512 MB of internal flash memory, two USB 2.0 ports, and a slot for SD memory expansion. Wii’s technological heart — a processing chip developed with IBM and code-named “Broadway” and a graphics chipset from ATI code-named “Hollywood” — are said to deliver stunning performance. Instead of a tray, Wii uses a single, self-loading media bay that will play both 12-centimeter optical discs used for the new system, as well as Nintendo GameCube discs.
The real revolution in this system, though, is its controller, called the Wii Remote. Shaped like a TV remote, it’s been designed to be easily used by beginners and pros alike. Sensors determine the Wii Remote’s position is in 3-D space, which means that racing-game steering and a tennis swing, for example, are done through movements of your hand rather than by just your thumbs. What’s more, a tiny speaker built into the Wii Remote promises some interactive surround sound experiences. The controller also has a force feedback “Rumble” feature and an expansion port for use with accessories, such as the Nunchuck, which adds an analog thumbstick and trigger buttons. An adapter that fits over the Wii’s wee remote will be available for those who prefer the feel of a traditional controller.
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