Nintendo is releasing a new Wii remote with MotionPlus built in called the Wii Remote Plus.
Today, Nyko begins shipping the Wand+ Wii remote. We first got our hands on the Wand+ at CES 2010 and really liked the new soft-feel rubberized surface that coats the entire remote. It appears identical to the original Wand controller, save for the fact that MotionPlus is now built into the same design.
Among the list of new iPhone features was the announcement of an included gyroscope in addition to the accelerometer that's already packed inside the device. Steve Jobs sounded pretty confident that this will improve the overall gaming experience on the iPhone. That sounds great on paper, but did it help the Wii when Nintendo debuted Wii MotionPlus a year ago?
It's extremely rare to find this coveted accessory selling for less than the $20 list price.
Starting May 9, Nintendo's console package will add the Sports Resort title and MotionPlus controller with no price increase.
Wii MotionPlus definitely provides some impressive moments in gaming; we just wish it was incorporated in the original Wii remote.
We take Wii MotionPlus out for a spin in this early First Take hands on.
Announced at E3, the Wii Motion Plus makes your Wii even more accurately aware of what you're doing with your arms, and we've had one in for testing
The upcoming accessory for the Nintendo Wii remote is designed to improve motion control. Analysts smell success but debate how fast it will sell.
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