The Missing Link
With the launch of Wii imminent, I know that, like myself, many of you are salivating as you anticipate the new system. Whether you have your Wii pre-ordered or not, I reckon that you’re all just waiting to try out the three-dee-gyro-uber-scopic-coolio-awesome-thingy Wiimote controller, yes? Thought so. I’m excited, too. The world of gaming will truly never be the same. And that excitement is so much that it keeps me awake at night. (Not really, but it sounds good to brag about my nerdiness like that.)
Be that as it may, I believe it is absolutely critical to provide you with this very important warning and advice that you should know prior to owning your very own Wii. Consider it a public service announcement if you will: Wiimote controllers aren’t toys. They are complex, sensitive devices used as input mechanisms for a video game console, and that garbledygook means that you need to treat this device with the utmost respect when you use it. After all, since this is device is capable of near total character immersion in gaming, the consequences to the characters you pose as in games are more dire than ever before.
Be kind to your Link; don’t abuse your Wiimote control power. Treat your Wiimote with respect.Follow This Entry | Leave a Response | Trackback
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