Tag

Wii

Browsing
WiiMote Prototype

The Wiimote, also known as the Wii Remote, is the primary controller for Nintendo’s Wii console, and what made it stand out was its motion sensing capability. This enabled the user to interact with and manipulate items on screen via gesture recognition and pointing through the use of accelerometer and optical sensor technology. Yahoo Japan user “Kuriaisu1122” recently sold an early prototype, which is basically a two-piece controller with a wired GameCube connection and it requires plugging the sensor bar into a GameCube memory card slot. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

Portable Wii WiiBoy XL

The Nintendo Switch is a fine game console, but for some gamers, the Wii still holds a special place in their hearts. The latter is true with modder “GC64”, who decided to skip the newer console, and build a portable Wii, called the “WiiBoy XL”, instead. Featuring an OMGWTF trimmed Wii motherboard, four 18650 rechargeable batteries, a single cord charge + play system using a standard 12v DC adapter, GC+ with sliders, a custom 3D printed case, 4-inch 4:3 composite display, and games loaded on an SD card. Click here for the first image in today’s viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of eight credit card-sized gadgets.

WaveRider Portable Wii

A gamer who goes by “ShockSlayer” online has unveiled “The WaveRider”, a custom-built portable Nintendo Wii designed to be as comfortable as possible. “This is a portable Wii using original Wii hardware. This build uses the most extreme motherboard trim to date, allowing it to fit into a first party wavebird shell. With its never-before-seen software integration and no-expense-spared feature list, it’s sure to turn a few heads at MGC 2018,” said its creator. Click here for the first image in today’s viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one about Intel’s coolest CPU ever, thanks to AMD.

Wii SP Portable

Nintendo’s Switch is a great console, but some prefer a more personal touch. Let’s face it, the Nintendo Wii and Wii U were not overwhelming successes for the company, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t fans of the consoles. BitBuilt forum user “JacksonS” combined his passion for the Nintendo Wii and portable game consoles into one, by creating the Wii SP 2.0. “The portable contains an internal GameCube Controller, internal Wii Remote, and internal Classic Controller that can be switched with a button,” according to Jackson. Other features include: purely digital video (HDMI video on the internal screen and HDMI output), an internal 128 GB flash drive accessible via the mini-USB port on top, and a resistive touch screen that emulates the Wii Remote IR pointer. Continue reading for more portable Wii consoles you won’t find in stores.

Bubble Palace

This started as a Wii Pro controller, but after tons of work, it became a portable retro game console that can emulate all the classic titles you can imagine, even the N64. Breaking down the components, the console features a Raspberry Pi 3 running RetroPie image, two rechargeable 3400mAh Li-Ion batteries, a 5-inch (800×480) display, HDMI output, stereo speakers, headphone jack with volume control, power/charging indicator lights, and a microprocessor to read button states and act as a joystick. Continue reading to see the entire build process from beginning to end.

Mario Kart 8, unlike its predecessors, features HD visuals and a focus on anti-gravity sections, allowing racers to drive on walls and ceilings. It also has local and online multiplayer modes for up to twelve racers, along with a new feature, called Mario Kart TV, which allows players to use Miiverse to share clips from their races. Product page. Continue reading for two videos and more information.

Nintendo has revealed its Wii U Pro Controller ahead of E3 2012. It features two analog joysticks and a more traditional controller layout. Plus, it’s the first Wii U accessory shown in the black color. Continue reading for a video and more information.

You’ve seen the Wii U press shots, now here’s a few up-close pictures showing just how small the console really is. Unfortunately, “vertical orientation doesn’t look viable, though we suspect the small tabs on the side of the console may be designed to fit into a stand.” Videos after the break. Click here for the first picture in gallery.

[via JoystiqInside-Games]