The launch of Nintendo's next console is right around the corner, and the game maker is pushing for a final surge in Wii sales.
Nintendo's latest Wii Sports Resort has already sold over three million copies worldwide since launch earlier this summer, although there were a few intriguing games that it seems didn't make Ninty's final cut.
Scientists at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center have found that playing active video games can be as effective for children as moderate exercise.
After having had the pleasure of playtesting the awesome, much-improved new bowling game in Nintendo's forthcoming Wii Sports Resort, we are happy to bring you the news of the latest Wii peripheral on the shelves – the Wii bowling ball controller!
According to latest figures Nintendo's Wii Sports is the biggest selling game ever, even beating former favourite Super Mario Bros. as the top selling game of all-time.
ExclusiveLionhead boss and feted games designer Peter Molyneux claims that core gamers and Nintendo fans need more 'proper games' to keep them happy.
New York, New York. So good they named it twice and decided to charge upwards of $2000 (£1000) a month for a poky studio flat. Now Manhattanites fed up with breaking crockery or putting an arm through a wall of the city’s famously petite apartments while playing their Nintendo Wiis can lash out to their heart’s content.
New research suggests that when it comes to frantic wrist-waggling, Americans are in a league of their own. The American Council on Exercise (ACE) has just revealed the number of calories burned by a team of students playing virtual sports on Nintendo’s Will console: digital bowling burns 3.9 calories (strictly, ‘nutritional kilocalories’) a minute, tennis expends 5.3 calories, while boxing KO’s the opposition with a mighty 7.2 calories burned every 60 seconds.