Archive for category Nintendo Wii
Finally we get confirmation of all 83 mixes to be included in DJ Hero 2 when it releases on October 19. After reading the list I’ll have to say I like what I see and look forward to being able to take the songs for a spin since I own and liked the first one on Wii. Any other takers?
After the review of Sports Champions was finished, IGN decided to compare WM+ and Move by analyzing their flagship titles (Wii Sports Resorts and Sports Champions) since they have some overlapping activities to see what each of the PS and Nintendo Editors of the site had to say about these two pieces of technology.
Well, I went and purchased my Move bundle + extra controller. While I am stuck here at work i have been playing with the controller ever since I opened it. The controller has a GREAT feel and the weight is almost too perfect. the buttons are all very well placed and the Orb on the top seems like it will eliminate the need for any protective jackets. The rounded shape fits very well in the hands.
One thing that I like compared to the Wiimote is there are no buttons under your palm, and all the buttons are very familiar. The start and select buttons are within easy reach, as compared to a + – or House icon button. The white orb on top seems to take the place of the Tumor that you slip on to the wiimote. The T-button (trigger) is smooth, and comfortable. Overall the controller seems to be a HUGE improvement over the wiimote.
Can be used sideways for intuitive racing games
This is definitely a good reason to drop by Toys R Us. The retail giant is offering a Buy 1, Get 1 50% off on ALL video games!
Now, we all know this happens only once (or a few couple times) in a blue moon. And although it’s not a Buy 1, Get 1 Free deal, it’s still a good deal so get it while you can.
A little footnote you should be aware of, however. This promo does not include PC games and pre-orders. Also, if the games you purchase have different prices, the discount will be applied to the one that has the lesser price. Got it? Now go get ‘em games at discount!
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