Tuesday, 17 April 2007

Wii Accessories

The Nintendo Wii is a great, ground-breaking gaming system, mostly because of it's accessories that change the way you can play games. You are no longer confined to your couch with the little controller in your hand; now you can fly all over the room, serving up those tennis serves for real, and taking a swing at the ball in realtime. Here is a review of some of the new accessories that Wii offers.

Wii Nunchuck

The Wii Nunchuck controller isn't designed for kung-fu games, although it could be used for fighting games. The nunchuck works pretty much like the Wiimote. You hold it in your hand, and it has motion sensor technology so you can play wireless. It fits your hand well and can be used with either right or left.

What's cool about the nunchuck is that, for some games, you use the analog stick to control your character's movements and you swing the nunchuck around to perform certain actions, like throwing the ball or shooting a weapon.

The Nunchuck is smaller than the regular remote controller, and has fewer buttons. It's simpler in design and meant to be used for certain games only.

Wii Component Cables

The cables Wii offers are useful for a variety of things. You can hook up your Wii to an HDTV and get better graphics. Or, you can hook the Wii up to your stereo and get better sound. The component cable basically allows you to hook your Wii up and pimp it out.

Gamers have been really pleased with these because of the better graphics they offer. The only trouble is that Nintendo hasn't made them easy to get; they are only available for sale online.

Wii Lan Adapter

Although the Wii has WiFi, you might want to get wired up, and that's what the LAN adapter is for. It has a USB port so that you can get a wired connection going through your Wii. Most users prefer a wired connection to a wireless when you want to hook up to the net.

Originally, the Lan Adapter was available only in Japan, and it got to the point where you couldn't even buy them off Play-Asia anymore. They just couldn't keep them in stock. At the time of this writing, Nintendo has plans to release it worldwide.

Wii Controller Glove

The Controller Glove is stylish and comfortable, but its most important plus is that it makes gaming safer. Once you start playing your Wii with that remote, it's all too easy to get into your game a little too much, and the remote goes flying. The Controller Glove helps keep the remote where it belongs - in your hand, and not through your television screen.

While the Controller Glove makes gaming safer, you still have to be careful. Last year, gamers had some trouble with the thin straps breaking. Nintendo has promised that the newer ones are more durable, but try not to get too out of control.






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