Oh my goodness. This is amazing.
The videos in this series leave little doubt that the wii controller is going to reinvent the home gaming experience.
This isn’t pong, folks. I’m not sure exactly what it is, because I’m just watching videos of it and reading about it now, but I’m thinking it will take interactive gaming to a whole different level. We haven’t had to share warnings like this one when playing our Gamecube! 🙂
Just in case you’re needing a translation:
Thanks to Devin Henley for the video link!
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