It’s almost like I’ve held this in my hands before. While playing games on some other console. If only I could place it…
Someone get them an agent. I promise you won’t see a cuter dancing twin video today.
Webtrends analyzed tweets, blogs, and various other social media statistics to determine which company, publisher, and celebrity generated the most buzz at this year’s E3. Who do you think was the winner? (via mashable.com) View Image ›
Now easier than ever to befuddle your alcoholic friends! Honestly, I might be personifying here, but this little beer can seems adorable and shy. Watch Video ›
At E3 today, Nintendo unveiled its follow up to the Wii, the Wii U. On top of offering souped-up HD graphics that are expected to be on par with or surpass the Playstation 3, the new home console system offers a radical reinvention of the standard video game controller. The Wii U boasts a tablet with a 6.2 inch touch screen that can act as a second screen in addition to your television. This promo video show off the controller’s many features, including video chat and web browsing. Also in the mix is a peek at the brand new, unnamed Zelda game for Wii U. Watch Video ›
Even his Mii wants nothing to do with him.
German student director Florian Smolka takes you on a 4-minute trip through the past, present and possible future of gaming. This made me pine for my old systems. I miss you Sega Genesis! (Via) Watch Video ›
I can’t tell whether these kids are excited about their new Wii or not. Watch Video ›
Apparently, old people really love Nintendo Wii. Just look at the joy on their faces! This is what Christmas magic is all about. View List ›
This Wii accessory is rated Adults Only. Well, it DOES vibrate. You had it coming Nintendo. View Image ›
NEW! SHINY! NEW! SHINY! View Image ›
Wiiwaa is cute and innovative new game for kids in which their player on screen is controlled by an actual physical toy of the character. Just cram your Wiimote into the plush toy’s mouth, and your all set to have some fun. Watch Video ›
This new electronic mood tail hooks up to a Nintendo Wii remote and helps furries express their arousal in exciting new ways. It’s slightly more nuanced that just having your boner hanging out of your furry suit. Watch Video ›
It seems like Wii games and the controllers made for them are becoming a little too esoteric. View Image ›
You’ve put off buying one long enough — everybody loves the Wii, and you will become more popular once you have one.
WiiSpray turns your Nintendo Wiimote into a virtual spray paint can. Wheeeeeeeeee! This one’s just a prototype out of Bauhaus University, but still, very cool. Watch Video ›
Game on, Grandfather — click through for the 10 best senior citizen action shots. Unfortunately, the more you make fun of old people, the quicker you die. View Image ›
If you don’t have a baby, this innovation in baby science might convince you to get one. Not only do “Miittens” make the child look just like it would in a Nintendo Wii avatar world, they prevent dangerous babies from scratching at your eyes. Plus, they’re super cute! You need these. View Image ›
Wii Sports has now passed sales of Super Mario Brothers, making it the top selling console game of all time. And it’s all thanks to this kid.
From the box into which we blew to the remote we attach to our wrists, the Nintendo family tree takes us on a nostalgic journey through the genealogy of 8-bit culture. And to think we owe it all to an enthusiastic Italian plumber! View Image ›
A new ad from the upcoming Wii game, Wario Land: Shake It, shatters YouTube as you watch helplessly from your computer screen. Embedding this clip just won’t do it justice, click through to experience a whole new side of creative marketing. Read More ›
Wii’s next big sports title will also take advantage of the new “Motion Plus” Wii Remote. It’s like they took a Wii Remote and made it better! Wii Sports Resort will be the first game to feature the new technology — look for it early next year. Read More ›
The a new version of the classic game goes to the Wii, gamers rejoice. As Mario would put it, “Mario Kart, Wii! Woohoo!!” In the running for best feature: Networked racing against your friends (or complete strangers, if that’s how you roll), with the ability to find their current game and join it. Read More ›