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)
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
Now it’s possible to do a virtual jog through the streets of Tokyo, thanks to some mods applied on the Wii Balance Board and Google Street View. Check it out:
Let’s just how long jogging in place remains entertaining; can we see a Wii-enabled treadmill soon? (balanceboardblog.com)
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