Boom Street (Wii)

Boom Street (Wii)

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Expanded Game Play with the Wii Remote

One of the most striking features I noticed when the Wii came out, aside from the obvious motion sensor technology, was the design of its unconventional controller. The Wii remote is a one handed controller that breaks from the two handed design we’ve been raised on since the 80s. This wasn’t done because Nintendo intended on marketing gaming heresy (or was it?); the controller’s design was intended for increased motion sensitivity. There are a few other alternatives to the Wii... Continue Reading »

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