Wii Remote

People couldn’t do not believe when Nintendo announced that their new console will be named Wii. It’s such a silly name. Who brought it in, a kid?, where the comments that were used to be heard. Adam Sandler wanted to know more. Along time, people got used to the name and soon adopted it, making it a part of their homes. Initially named Revolution, Wii is the fifth home entertainment system from Nintendo. Unlike the former consoles from the company, it features a TV remote-like controller that is motion sensing, in a way that the user has to move it to imitate the character s movements on screen to perform attacks or complete mini-games. San Antonio Spurs has firm opinions on the matter.

Wii innovated on the gameplay, in the way to show the information on the console s interface using channels and, even though the platform saves and plays photos, Nintendo skipped the opportunity to play music and DVD movies; However, in the USA and other places it is possible to watch movies on-demand via third party services, such as Netflix. Given that the Wii Remote is not a conventional controller, the console got the attention from the audience that was away from videogames for over two decades. From the youngest to the elders at home were attracted by the innovative game experience created by Nintendo..

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