Tired of the plain white exterior of your Nintendo Wii? Here’s an interesting way to change its look without having to make any permanent modifications.
The Wii Dazzle Colorful from GT Coupe is a translucent plastic shell that snaps over the exterior of your Wii, adding a layer of color over the standard white case.
I’m not sure why anyone would want to do this, but some guy has managed to interface his PSP with the Nintendo Wii motion-sensing controller.
PSP hacker joesnose MacGyvered together a combination of the GlovePIE, iRShell and Nethostfs libraries to make it all play nicely.
Check out these recently sighted Nintendo ads comprised of thousands of individual sticky notes used to create giant versions of The Big N’s classic gaming icons.
Taking some obvious inspiration from this earlier video game Post-it art, the colored notes were used to create pixelated versions of Mario, Donkey Kong, Zelda and other gaming characters.
Nintendo modder MisterXausDE crafted this custom Nintendo Wii case which features bright LEDs that can change colors.
By combining a standard Wii shell with a see-through XCM Hot Rock case, he was able to preserve the main design features of the Wii, while adding a cutout Wii logo and a color-cycling disc slot loading mechanism.
It was bound to happen sooner or later. Every cool looking electronic device, from the Apple iPhone to the Sony PSP eventually gets its case design copied, usually with some sort of unrelated junk stuffed under the hood of the doppelgänger.
For those of you who just can’t wait to start getting in shape with your Nintendo, it looks like the exercise “game” Wii Fit now has a price an release date.
Gamestop is now listing a pre-order release date of January 1, 2008, along with a $69.99 retail price, including the required Balance Board peripheral.
At this point, the Nintendo Wii really only has one flight game available, Wing Island. Anyway, somebody still thought it might be a good idea to take the Wii controls and stick ’em into a flight control rig.
Can’t get enough of your Nintendo Wii? Now you can take it to bed with you, thanks to this giant plush Wii-mote pillow.
Artist and Nintendo fan Palochka is making these oversize handmade pillows from polar fleece.
It amazes me how many shooter accessories are starting to surface for the Nintendo Wii, despite the lack of games that you can actually use them with. However, manufacturers continue to crank them out, and this is one of my favorites so far.
On a day that was loaded with announcements of fun and interesting new Wii accessories like the Wii Zapper and the Wii Fit Balance Board, comes the most unusual add-on I’ve seen in a while, NYKO’s Wii Party Station.
Nintendo today revealed Wii Fit, a new “game” for the Wii that’s all about fitness. What’s interesting about this is the new controller that ships with the game.
The small, flat controller, called the “Wii Balance Board,” lays on the ground and detects your body movements as you exercise.
A while back, I showed you a 3rd-party Wii Light Gun controller add-on. Now Nintendo has revealed their own controller accessory, called the Wii Zapper.
The new controller has an interesting design the provides a cradle for both the Wii-mote and the Nunchuk controller.
Thanks to this new arcade controller for the Wii, fans of classic arcade games will be able to play them the way they were meant to be played.
Hori’s new Arcade Fighting Stick for the Nintendo Wii looks pretty nice, with a large 8-way digital stick and 8 gaming buttons.
Soon you’ll be able to speak to your Nintendo Wii. Heck, you’ll be able to sing to it too. Speech recognition middleware maker Fonix today announced the availability of their VoiceIn voice software for the Wii.