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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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It comes packaged with Wii Sports and just playing through each of those has provided hundreds of hours of fun for me and the family. The motion sensitivity adds a new element of fun and interactivity which almost compels you to get off your butt and move around while playing. ;) There are also a host of other games available now that take advantage of the motion sensitivity. They span multiple game categories from typical platforming games to sports and even party games so I'm sure there's something for everyone to enjoy.
It was also easy to set-up and upgrade through my 128-bit WEP enabled wireless network. There are cool free software downloads available on the Wii Shop too. The weather channel-like program is pretty cool and has helped provide quick and accurate weather planning for the day. The Everybody Votes channel is fun and somewhat enlightening on the opinions of Wii owners in the US and around the world. This channel also provides a challenge element where you can guess which result will get more votes and tracks how many you've predicted correctly along with a crude breakdown of you personality, based on the answers you've given. There is a free web browser channel as well. It's not great but still useful for checking sites while the computer is tied-up by someone else.
I could go on and on which you have no doubt found boring already but I'll just sum it up by saying that even if you don't like video games, I think you'll have fun with the Wii. It gets you up and moving and has something for everyone in the family to enjoy.