Wii Rayman Raving Rabbids Remote Grip.. haha.. cute… now the grip looks more fun to hold… you got to put your index finger in his mouth too. Available in Amazon for USD14.99.

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A History of Game Controllers

December 17, 2008


This is a collection of small multiples of game controllers of the main gaming systems from the past 25 years, spanning from the Atari 2600 to the Nintendo Wii was created by Damien Lopez.
The purpose of the piece is to show the progression of controller design throughout the last quarter-century. The images have been normalized, and the hands are all approximately the same size as each other, and thus the controllers all to scale.
This is a very good illustration and reference for gamepad and controller designers, looking at the ergonomics for gamers. 

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Wii Light Sword

December 25, 2007


For use with Nintendo Wii games console. Simply slip your Wii Remote into the handle and press the on button to instantly power up the sword. Toys like this makes the Wii great… want one… WiiLightsaber!!!

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Wii-mote / TV remote

October 17, 2006

Well, I can’t tell the difference too… other than some janpanese texts printed on the TV remote version. Japan’s Club Nintendo decided to reward Platinum members with a TV remote shaped as a Wii-mote and it looks like a tTV remote… or is it Wii-mote…

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Wii are coming!

September 15, 2006

 

Wii will rock you! November 19th. $250. U.S. of American. December 2nd. ¥25,000. Japan.

Other launch details have emerged as well, including the revelation that there’ll be 16 launch titles, including the Wii-enhanced version of The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess. The console will come bundled with one controller (the “Wii-mote, including the nunchuck), sensor bar, two AA batteries, along with the usual AV cables, and Wii Sports, which includes golf, bowling, baseball and tennis games controlled by swinging the wii-mote.

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