Tag Archives: wii fit plus
Mon, Jun 08, 2009 | 14:37 BST
Joystiq has some face time with Nintendo’s Wii Fit Plus at E3 and the initial prognoses is: it’ll keep you fit. Again.
An interesting snippet:
The next game we tried was the “platformer” level described at the keynote. Basically a series of gauntlets involving swinging wrecking balls, sliding platforms, and jumps, it reminded us less of Super Mario Bros. and more of the diabolical Sasuke/Ninja Warrior show — not at all a bad thing. In this game, players run in place on the Balance Board, straightening your legs to jump like in the first game’s ski jump event. After each successful run, you’re put into a harder level.
Full thing plus screenshots, through the link.
Tue, Jun 02, 2009 | 18:56 BST
Cammie Dunaway has just announced Wii Fit Plus at Nintendo’s E3 presser.
There’s locker room added, and you can be your own personal trainer. It will include 15 new balance games, too.
No date as yet.
Sun, May 31, 2009 | 12:19 BST
There’s no detail at all on the Mario outing, but the piece says that the new Wii Fit title will have internet capability.
We should start running a book on whether or not a platform holder’s presser’s going to make it to the show intact. Only the MS stuff to be leaked, now.
Wed, May 27, 2009 | 09:23 BST
Macquarie Research “understands” that Nintendo will show Wii Fit Plus in its press conference at E3 next week, “which will be sold separately from the board and in a bundle and will capitalise on the 17m existing Wii Fit users”.
The equity firm also expects “Nintendo to learn its lessons from last year and provide more gamer-centric announcements at E3 such as a new Zelda or Mario title for the Wii (in addition to the new Zelda for DS).”
The conference takes place on Tuesday morning next week. Nintendo confirmed last night that Reggie, Iwata and Cammie “The Teeth” Dunaway will be taking the stage for the event.
We’ll be live-blogging it, obviously.
Sat, Apr 04, 2009 | 23:01 BST
A GoNintendo reader has seen an upcoming game release list at an Amsterdam retailer and took it upon himself to snap a picture of it.
According to the shot, Wii Sports Resort, Wii MotionPlus bundle and all, will hit stores on July 10.
Same goes for the the standalone WMP, apparently.
There’s something called Wii Fit Plus on there, slated for a November 19 release. What is it? No idea.
Goes without saying, but this may not exactly be the most solid information in the world.