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Put Your Wii Remote Inside a Baby

by Alisha K.

“Bring your baby to life with your Wii remote.” That’s what it says on the box for Baby and Me, the Wii game with what is undeniably the weirdest controller accessory so far: a baby doll.

baby and me nintendo wii

Baby and Me comes with a doll, but not just any doll. This doll features a slot for the Wii remote so that the game can track feeding, playing, and excessive shaking motions. Watch for the sequel: Chiild Protective Services and Me. The game also features Balance Board support so that you can rock baby to sleep.

Just remember to remove the baby before you take on something else, like Wii Sports boxing.

[via 1UP]




Comments (4):

  1. technabob says:

    Looks like I’ve already got a use for my new Banhammer.

  2. cottonstar says:

    so they anticipated shaken baby syndrome?

  3. Kaitlin says:

    This is basically “Baby-think-it-over”, a creepy robot baby I was forced to take care of for a weekend in high school. But it’s… a game? Fun.

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