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Japanese police used the Mii feature on Nintendo's popular Wii gaming console to create a caricature of a hit-and-run suspect for posters.
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While some emerging technologies can create environments that require very little physical effort, one Kansas State University researcher thinks games like Nintendo's Wii Fit can help promote physical rather than sedentary activities for people of all ages.
Wii Sports now carries the unofficial title of worldâ€™s best selling video game.
A U.S. researcher wants to know if a popular holiday gift -- the Nintendo Wii Fit video game console -- improves family fitness.
Nintendo announced on that Thursday it will be offering video rentals through the Wii game console next year.
Data from market researcher NPD Group shows that Americans may be cutting back on holiday shopping, but they are still buying video games - to the tune of nearly $3 billion in November.
According to Walmart.com, the national chain will be offering â€œtens of thousandsâ€ of the hard-to-get Nintendo Wii on its website starting on Monday.
A new trend in video games that is gaining weight -- and could help you lose some -- is the virtual personal trainer.
The sound of trumpets, the clash of cymbals and the thunder of drums herald today's launch of Wii Music(TM).
The Wii is a video game console developed by Nintendo and released on November 19, 2006. It is the successor to Nintendo’s Game Cube and the early models of the Wii are compatible with all games and most accessories of the Game Cube. Nintendo first announced the system in 2004, unveiled it in 2005 and demonstrated a prototype in September 2005 at the Tokyo Game Show. By December 8, 2006, the Wii was available in key markets. In 2011, Nintendo released a new model, the “Wii Family...
- a study of the individuals in a group of people within a specific context and their relationships.
- In rhetoric, the description of any one's personal appearance.