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Blue Wii Console with Mario and Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games Product Details
Released on 18-Nov-2011
Wii (pronounced 'we') is Nintendo's home video game console, that represents a radical step into a new era of entertainment. For years, video games have been growing in popularity but also in complexity. With Wii, Nintendo changes the way you play by maximising the fun and minimising the fuss.
The Wii console makes you feel less like a player and more like you're in the game. Frenzied sword battles are no longer confined to pushing a button. With Wii's unique Wii Remote controller, Nintendo puts you in the middle of the action. Forget about pushing a button to start a golf backswing. Wii lets you swing the club! Don't push a button to swing a sword, actually swing the sword. Video games have always been a part of you, now you get to be a part of them. Step up to the next level of gaming.
Wireless and motion-sensitive, the Wii Remote with built in Wii Motion Plus, offers an intuitive, natural way to play games. The ergonomic controller plays into the conventional motions you make everyday. When you hit a drum, swing a tennis racket or swing a bat; why should you have to press a button to replicate these things? With the Wii Remote, you can use everyday motions to help make you the centre of the game.
Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games
On your marks and get set for the world's greatest sporting event as Mario & Sonic head to the London 2012 Olympic Games. Mario & Sonic return in an all new celebration of the Olympic spirit. Hosted within the truly iconic setting of London, the games are back, bigger and better than ever before, bringing even more multiplayer fun and excitement to friends and families everywhere.
All new events including Football, Showjumping and Canoeing will debut alongside redefined favorites, such as 100m Sprint, Aquatics, Table Tennis and more. Combine these with a new roster of the much loved Dream Events and the players now have more choice than ever before.
Take the fun of the Olympic Games to the streets of London as the city becomes the ultimate playground! Take part in a huge number of mini-games around a variety of famous landmarks with all your favorite characters in the London Party mode.
Drawsome Tablet coming soon for Wii
Ubisoft has announced that it will be releasing a new tablet-style controller peripheral for Wii.
The Drawsome Tablet features an 8.5-inch screen that lets players create sketches that can be brought to life on their TVs, or else control games using stylus-based movements.
It will come bundled with two separate titles, the first of which is Drawsome Artist, a virtual art studio that lets players sketch and colour their own masterpieces, with help from cartoon icons the Smurfs.
Meanwhile, Drawsome Sketch Quest offers an innovative platform game experience, as gamers use their styluses to create bridges and trampolines to transport cute animal heroes through the world of PaperCity.
It could also help to whet appetites for Nintendo's new console, the Wii U, which features a high-tech tablet-style controller that provides revolutionary new ways to interact with games.
GAME rounds up a selection of the best family-friendly titles to enjoy with friends and loved ones.
Start the partyFeaturing over 40 songs across a wide range of genres, from today hottest hits to classic tracks, Just Dance 3 (X360 requires Kinect, PS3 requires Move, Wii) marks the debut of the massively popular dance series on Xbox 360 and PS3, as well as its return to Wii. Perfect to play at parties with friends, at home with the family or as part of an active lifestyle, it introduces a number of new features including a four player dance crew mode offering everyone their moment in the spotlight with a specific choreography.
Sporting feastKinect Sports: Season Two (X360 requires Kinect) takes family game nights to the next level with six new sports to jump into and enjoy. Featuring tennis, baseball, golf, darts, American football and skiing, with unique challenges and activities for each set across multiple difficulty levels, there something here for everyone, from casual players to top athletes and hardcore sports fans. It also takes full advantage of the revolutionary Kinect technology latest exciting features such as in-game voice commands and enhanced tracking for precise full-body motion control, helping transform your living room into a fun-filled sports arena.
Disney dream worldDisney Universe (X360, PS3, Wii) offers a non-stop action ride through a series of worlds inspired by family Disney and Disney Pixar films, from family favourites like Aladdin and The Lion King to Pirates of the Caribbean and Monsters Inc. Players will suit-up as iconic characters and embark on adventures to power up their hero, explore magical worlds, battle adversaries and master challenging puzzles in order to save the universe with up to three friends online. Offering fresh environments, new challenges and different gameplay styles at every turn, it also features plenty of slapstick humour that will appeal to all ages.
Toys meet gamesSkylanders: Spyro's Adventure (Xbox 360, PS3, PC, Wii, 3DS) combines the worlds of toys and games to create a whole new genre of interactive entertainment. Using the Portal of Power and the toys supplied with the game, players can bring real-world action figures to life in a virtual world full of adventure, beaming them into Skyland to explore mysterious environments, collect treasures and battle evil forces. The toys also work from console to console, allowing players to take them to a friend house to play co-operatively or in battles against each other.
Get in the gameNintendo Blue Wii Console with Mario and Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games delivers maximum multiplayer fun with the minimum of fuss. Wireless and motion-sensitive, the Wii Remote controller offers an intuitive, natural way to play games, allowing you to use everyday motions to place you at centre of the experience. As the Olympic games hit London, you can swing, shake and jump your way to victory across a variety of mini-games set around famous landmarks, competing alone or head to head in classic events such as the 100 metre sprint, aquatics, table tennis, football, show jumping and canoeing.