Iwata announces Wii Vitality Sensor

By Mike, Tuesday, 2 June 2009 17:58 GMT


In probably the biggest bombshell at this year’s E3, Nintendo company President Satoru Iwata has announced the Wii Vitality Sensor.

It’s a device that recognises your pulse when you shove your finger in it and helps you stay vital, or something.

Looks like a bull-clip. Nasty.

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