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Hacked SD Card Activity Monitor For Nintendo Wii

12/17/2010, It’s nice to know that folks with some hardware skills are capable of modifying their hardware to solve those irritating little problems. A user out there wanted to know when the SD card in his Nintendo Wii was being used and as such he decided to...

Nintendo WiiWare Demos Return Nov. 22nd

11/18/2010, Owners of Nintendo Wii that are Internet-connected will soon have access to limited-time demos of select game titles through Nintendo’s WiiWare portal beginning on November 22nd. The company had removed demos in January and is re-enabling the demos...

Shinobii Technologies roll out table tennis bat for Wii gamers

10/17/2010, You could say that out of all the home consoles to date, the Nintendo Wii has had its fair share of zany looking (and useless) add-on peripherals from third party manufacturers. Why increase the risk of breaking something in your home by swinging the...

W!! External Hard Drive Casing Looks Like A Nintendo Wii

10/12/2010, At a glance, you might think that it’s a Nintendo Wii, but in reality it’s a hard drive enclosure, humorously called the W!!. It supports a 2.5-inch SATA hard drive and offers a USB 2.0 connection that can connect to your PC or Mac....

Red Nintendo Wii To Celebrate Mario’s 25th

10/07/2010, Mario fans out there will be drooling as Nintendo will be releasing a bright red version of its Wii gaming console in conjunction with the plumber’s 25th birthday. The bundle will include the Wii, along with the new Wii Remote Plus peripheral that...

Gamers get neat with Level Up gaming towers

09/08/2010, Level Up’s new range of gaming towers will cater for the entire gamut of consoles – we’re talking about the PS3, Xbox 360, Nintendo Wii, Nintendo DS and Rock Band family as well. They’re not only nice to look at, but are functional...

Doctor Who sonic screwdriver Wiimote on its way

09/07/2010, Are you a fan of Dr. Who? If your answer is in the affirmative and you love playing with your Nintendo Wii, then you will be pleased to know that the Doctor Who sonic screwdriver is coming your way, where they are actually a custom Wiimote as well as...

Nike and Wii hacked together, provides challenging workout

08/27/2010, NIKE78 – Nick Marsh | ‘NIKE Wiis’ from NIKE78 on Vimeo. While the Nintendo Wii isn’t going to be part of your daily workout regiment anytime soon, British tinkerer Nick Marsh managed to cobble together a hack that merges a pair of...

Arctic Gym Offers You A Wii Fit Workout Without The Wii

08/03/2010, Are you getting bored of using Wii Fit as your exercise regimen? If you’re bored of it, or perhaps don’t even own a Nintendo Wii, you might want to check out the Arctic Gym, which is a plug-n-play exercise mat that allows you to have an...

CTA Digital Inflatable Kart For Wii Racing Games

05/30/2010, The number of Wii accessories out there is impressive, but every now and then a weird and eye-catching one surfaces, and such is the case with the Inflatable Racing Kart by CTA Digital. Capable of supporting up to 300 lbs, it allows kids to have some...

Rowing Machine for Wii gives you a workout without risk of drowning

05/18/2010, Rowing a boat could prove to be a pretty tiring experience, but if you don’t want to get your feet wet (literally), then you can always bring home a Nintendo Wii alongside the Rowing Machine for Wii. Bear in mind that this works only with a handful...

Nintendo 3DS To Get 3DSPlay And 3DSWare Services?

05/18/2010, While many details of the upcoming 3D-toting Nintendo 3DS are still unknown, it seems that it will have access to some services dubbed 3DSPlay and 3DSWare, thanks to some Japanese trademark documents that have been discovered. While exact details on these...

Zelda Creator Confirms A New Easier-to-play Zelda Game

05/18/2010, According to an interview with Zelda creator Shigeru Miyamoto, Nintendo is busy working on a new Legend of Zelda game. While that shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone, considering the popularity of the series, Miyamoto did mention that they’re...