Related Videos

  • Elder Scrolls Online: week one

    Interview: Paul Warzecha, Diablo III

  • Valve's Steam controller prototype now has more buttons

    First look: Project Morpheus

  • Titanfall midnight launch

    Second take on PS4 and Xbox One

  • Elder Scrolls Online first impressions

    iOS game controllers

  • CES 2014: Day one wrap

    CES 2014: Project Christine reimagines building your own computer

  • CES 2014: PlayStation Now

    CES 2014: Valve introduces third-party Steam machines

  • Out and About: AIE Incubator

    The history of the PlayStation

  • PS4 hands on

    Retail deals of the week, 6 Nov 2013

  • Hands on with the Xbox One

    Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag trailer

  • SimCity's Glass Box event.

    Most anticipated games of 2013

  • Unboxing the Nokia N-Gage.

    Wii U Unboxing

  • App of the Day: The Room

    StarCraft II champion interview

When Nintendo announced Wii MotionPlus at last year's E3 2008 press conference, it certainly raised a few eyebrows. First off, we wondered why this technology wasn't included in the original Wii remote to begin with. With the device debuting so late in the console's lifespan, would every game be able to take advantage of MotionPlus?

Wii MotionPlus was released back in June, but Nintendo did not have any first-party games available at the time to show off the new technology. Instead, we were left with third-party titles that did. Now that we're able to get our hands on Wii Sports Resort — the title Nintendo is launching MotionPlus with — we have a much better idea of what it's like playing with the attachment. It's tough to make a final judgement on MotionPlus, as you'll have no choice but to use it if you want to play certain games. Instead, all we can do is talk about how it feels and whether or not it does a better motion sensing job.

All you'll find in the packaging is the plastic piece and a new rubber sleeve to accommodate the Wii remote's new length. Wii MotionPlus itself is only about 2.5cm square and easily hooks on to your Wii remote using two prongs. When inserted, you'll slide the rear lock switch so it won't fall out during gameplay. A plastic trap door sits at the base of the device so that you can also hook in your nunchuk controller.

Read the full article »


Recently Viewed Products