Posts Tagged motionplus


The Legend of Zelda Skyward Sword Hits Expectations at Nintendo E3 2011 Review

Tuesday, July 26, 2011 1 Comment

While at Nintendo of Canada’s E3 2011 review last week, I got my first chance to go hands-on with my most anticipated Wii game of this year, The Legend of Zelda Skyward Sword. The demo only featured a portion of a dungeon, some bird riding and a boss battle, but it was more than enough […]


Nintendo Unveils Wii Remote Plus and Limited Edition Mario-Red Wii, Nintendo DSi XL

Thursday, October 21, 2010 1 Comment

Nintendo unveiled the next iteration of the Wii Remote today, called Wii Remote Plus, as well as two Limited Edition Super Mario Bros. 25th Anniversary Mario-red Wii and Nintendo DSi XL console bundles, all releasing on November 7th. The new Wii Remote Plus – available in white, pink, blue, black or, if you get it […]


New ProStroke Golf Demo Video Shows Off Playstation Move Functionality

Tuesday, September 28, 2010 No Comments

O-Games recently released a new demonstration video for its upcoming golf title, John Daly’s ProStroke Golf, showcasing the game’s Playstation Move compatibility. While the game is also releasing for Xbox 360 and PC, O-Games has been giving the Playstation 3 version a lot of special treatment, and that’s likely because of the Playstation Move functionality. […]


Nintendo to Add Wii Sports Resort to Wii Package Starting Next Week

Monday, May 3, 2010 1 Comment

Nintendo announced today that it will be adding Wii Sports Resort to its standard Wii system package available at retailers throughout the Americas starting next Sunday, May 9th. That means that, in addition to the Wii consoles, one Wii Remote, one Nunchuck and Wii Sports, buyers of a Wii console will also get a copy […]


Wii Sports Resort

Friday, February 26, 2010 3 Comments

Like the Wii Sports pack that comes with every Wii console, Wii Sports Resort is a great introduction to playing with a new piece of gaming technology, specifically the new Wii MotionPlus accessory, which makes the Wii Remote’s motion accuracy 1:1, in real time. The only difference this time around is that it’s actually a […]