Tuesday, October 6th, 2009

Make That WiiMote Work With Your PC

September 8, 2009 by Rico Mossesgeld  
Filed under Peripherals

Make That WiiMote Work With Your PC

Turns out someone figured how to make the Nintendo Wii Remote (affectionately known as the WiiMote) interface with a PC, of the Windows, Mac, and Linux variety. You just need the following:

1 Bluetooth Dongle (Cirago, $15)
1 Nintendo Wii Remote($36, free shipping)

Then, you can follow the instructions here. Personally though, I’m not sure if there are any worthy WiiMote apps for the computer. Yes, you can at the very least use a PC-enabled Wii Remote as a mouse (on Windows your use Wiinmote). But as anyone who’s played a Wii FPS will tell you, waving around a stick is nothing compared …read more

The Awesomeness That is Muscle March

May 19, 2009 by Rico Mossesgeld  
Filed under Gaming

The Awesomeness That is Muscle March

Yet another example of totally offbeat Japanese creativity:
English port please Nintendo. Not all of us have geeky Japanese-fluent otaku-wannabes who can decipher game menus. (Thanks CNET Asia)

PS3 Marketing Arguments Help Opposing Forces

January 9, 2009 by Rico Mossesgeld  
Filed under Gaming

PS3 Marketing Arguments Help Opposing Forces

Someone’s head might be rolling over at the PlayStation 3’s manufacturer. Apparently to build more interest in the gaming console (which has fare relatively poorly against the Xbox 360 and Wii), someone sent Joystiq an email declaring that the PS3 provides better value for money, while the Xbox 360 and Wii of course, do not:
The informercial-esque message — titled “Keeping Entertainment Simple” — made our day with colorful accusations, including one that the Xbox 360 “requires … multiple upgrades and additional external devices, putting a burden on the wallet and adds clutter to the entertainment center.” That clutter would be …read more

Wii Nyko Wireless Kama Nunchuk

June 27, 2008 by Sean R.  
Filed under Gaming, Misc. Gadgets, Peripherals, Wireless

Wii Nyko Wireless Kama Nunchuk

Enjoy a new found freedom in all of your Wii games with the Kama Wireless Nunchuck from Nyko.
The Kama Wireless Nunchuk provides all the same abilities and features of the wired version, but with no cables tethered to the Nintendo Wii remote.
I actually picked up two of these controllers today from my local Game Crazy. They were a little pricey at $35.00 USD each compared to the wired Nintendo version for $19.95 USD but they are so much nicer.

The Kama Wireless Nunchuck is compatible with all Nintendo Wii software that utilizes the Nunchuk attachment and requires no additional …read more

Nintendo NES and Super SNES Hybrid

June 25, 2008 by Sean R.  
Filed under Gaming, Misc. Gadgets

Nintendo NES and Super SNES Hybrid

If you were a child of the 1970’s and 1980’s like me then you probably remember the Nintendo (NES) Entertainment System and the Super Nintendo gaming systems.
I’m guessing that a lot of the Gadget Blog readers might still own fully working console systems and have a box full of dusty game cartridges like I do as well.
Well for you gamers who don’t have the original console systems anymore because your mom sold them at a garage sale or donated them to charity, this is for you:

*insert angelic music*
The Retro Duo is awesome! I have one as a back …read more

More Wii Games

February 5, 2008 by colbert low  
Filed under Announcements, Gaming

More Wii Games

 
Looks like there is plenty of Wii games to go around but are there enough Wii consoles in the USA and UK? Hmm….Have you bought a Wii yet ? I have not touched my machine for the past 1 week now. Its been busy for me. Check out a whole list of Wii games here.
A study from Research and Markets says that the total number of games for the Nintendo Wii is reaching the total number of games available for the much older Xbox 360 console. According to the study Sega leads the pack with the most releases for current …read more


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