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Does Nintendo Have Something Amazing Planned for the Wii 2?

18 Apr

It’s almost certain that Nintendo will make a major annoncement at E3 in June about their second generation Wii. According to today’s Guardian, Wii 2: all the rumours in one handy story, the Wii 2 is rumored to have more powerful capabilities than the XBox 360 and PS3. That’s a little hard to believe, but given the mad rush and buzz about Kinect and Move you knew Nintendo would come out swinging, and swinging hard!

This is a strategic power move to reposition themselves as the reigning king of motion gaming. I can’t wait to see what they have up their sleeves.


Win a Copy of “Get Fit With Mel B”

17 Oct

Former Spice Girl, Mel B, partnered with Deep Silver to create a new fitness game for Playstation Move, Get Fit With Mel B. The newly released motion technology promises to provide much more realistic motion gaming than its competitors and take fitness gaming to another level.

In Get Fit With Mel B, you will get 200 exercises, 140 recipes (nice!), and be able to work out beside Mel B. This is the only fitness game on the market that incorporates dance, martial arts, yoga, cardio, and ab work-outs. Take a look at the trailer.

Want to win one? Simply leave a comment. If you’d like extra entries to win, share this post on Twitter and come back and leave the URL. Winners will be notified by October 22. I’m giving away two.

Get Fit With Mel B hits store shelves on October 23, 2010.

Giveaway Closed!

Sony’s PlayStation Move: Is it Just Another Wii?

20 Jun

After watching the demo of Playstation Move at E3 I was so excited about the possibilities of using it in more advanced role playing games. But, after taking a look at the games that Move will be compatible with in the fall I am left a little disappointed. Right now the games like Sports Champions and Start the Party are pretty low-tech compared with the potential capabilities of the technology that were demoed at E3.

I wonder how long it will take before companies make games that will push the limits of Move well beyond sports and children’s games and simple first person shooting games? I can use my Wii for that!

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