- 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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I purchased the Wii unit with Wii Sports, and have since purchased another exercise "game" and a dance "game" for Wii. I love to hike, walk, get out on the water on a kayak, swim, etc. but the weather, and my schedule, do not always cooperate. The Wii programs allow me to get in a good workout that also engages my mind. When it comes to exercise, I tend to like to do things outside because I have zero patience for repetition. I can't stand DVD's after I've watched it twice, and going to the gym bores me to tears. The nice thing about the Wii programs is that you can choose what you want to do and mix up your workout each time. Some days I concentrate on my legs, others upper body, etc. It is fully customizable.
Because much of the audio is repetitious, after I've learned the "game", I usually turn off the audio and put on my own music.
Many of my friends thing of game systems as the old "sit on the couch and point a joystick at the TV" version. The Wii is nothing like that - it is fully interactive and responds to your movement. You can purchase add on tools like the balance board, dance pad, etc. that add to the difficulty and challenge of the program.
I am not likely to ever purchase a traditional war or sports game for my Wii, unless I did it for friend's kids to play with when visiting. I consider the Wii a great investment for a reasonable price as an engaging, and fun, alternative to my traditional work out. I don't think it will ever replace hiking, swimming, etc. for me, but for the days when my schedule or the weather keep me from getting out, the Wii gives me the ability to get a fast, fun work out at home.