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- With motion-control technology, the gamer can truly interact with the game on a personal level, rather than participating as a passive player
- Up to four Wii Remote Plus controllers can be connected at once using built-in wireless technology powered by Bluetooth
- The Wii controller has a sensor on it that enables the user to select menu preferences, scroll through screens, and activate the game itself
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The Wii console brings a revolution of interactive gaming to people of all ages. Experience intuitive motion controls that deliver a unique social activity for the whole family. Wii gaming gets everyone off of the couch for hours of fun! Now with the addition of Wii Sport Resort, the Wii console bundle comes packed with software and accessories to enhance your Wii experience.
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Personally, I am impressed with the Shopping Channel and the ability to dowload WiiWare. This will give me access to cool games made exclusively for the Wii without leaving my house or waiting for something to arrive in the mail. Although the WiiSports game that came with the console is enjoyable, sports aren't one of my favorite game genres. I do really like tennis and boxing. I haven't been an active tennis player since my youth but I find that my old strokes and body positions can be successfully employed with the Wii. With a little more practice using WiiSports, I might be able to handle a real court and publich scrutiny by next Summer. Boxing is a good upper body work-out and I'm hoping it will help tone my arms and waistline.
By now, most stores have sold out of their very limited inventory of Wii systems. This is unfortunate for all those parents searching for the system; however, all is not lost. My local grocery store was actually selling them and had two left in stock. This is the last place I would have thought you could buy a Wii system but obviously was wrong. The Wii is the best thing since sliced bread. If you're still searching for one, please don't give up. Even if you don't manage to get one until after the holidays, you'll discover that it was worth the wait.
It turned out to be super easy. The instructions are clear--and mostly in pictures--and the set up is pretty intuitive. Had everything up and running in 20 minutes, and that included finding a transformer and adding it to the mix (I live in a 220v country, and my Wii is a US-version 110v piece of gear.) No worries! If you can connect speakers to your computer, you can hook this up, too.