At the Electronic Entertainment Expo, or E3 as it’s better known, Nintendo showed off Wii Fit, a new ‘game’ aimed at keeping people fit while having fun. When I first heard about the game many months ago, I thought that coupled with the very strong sales of the Wii and the worldwide obsession with Wii Sports, Wii Fit would prove to be a strong seller. Now, having seen the E3 trailer, I’m 100% positive this will be a smash hit.
Here are the first set of images from the Wii version of the gaming equivalent of the Twilight Zone. As I’ve said before, this would have been unthinkable 15 years ago…hell, it’d probably be unthinkable just 1 year ago, I mean…
at the Olympics!?
I hope SEGA get this right. Click for more screens and a trailer.
I haven’t been collecting for very long, but this is what I’ve amassed so far. If only money weren’t a factor..
Where else but Japan? When you’ve got 4 new movies lined up, it doesn’t hurt to get a jump on all the licensed merchandise…no matter what it may be.
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I, along with many others in Europe over the past 2 weeks, have been playing quite a lot of Mario Strikers Charged Football – the first online title released for Wii in the west. There’s no doubting that the game is a superb introduction to online Wii play. The matches and competition are very often extremely intense and a hell of a lot of fun.
It’s such a shame then, that there are some people out there who, obviously devoid of any real talent or desire to learn the game properly, resort to using the same cheap tactics over and over again. (more…)
Yup…as if buses weren’t enough, they’ve got planes too. This must be what they use to drop the Poké-bombs all around the world.
3 Days until the Poké-bomb hits America
4 Days until the Poké-bomb hits America
Japan – the land of sake, sashimi, manga, sumo ….and Pikachu buses.
4 Days until the Poké-bomb hits America – 533,000 pre-orders taken