Nintendo Wii Controller Rumbles And Makes Sounds

Posted: May 9 2006, 2:12pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 5:34pm CDT, in News | E3


Nintendo Wii Controller Rumbles and Makes Sounds
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Sony, Nintendo just showed you how to make a 3D controller and keep force feedback inside. To top it off, Nintendo also added a speaker inside the 'Wiimote'.

Nintendo stayed mum on the Nintendo Wii pricing in their press event at E3 2006 today. Only statement from Nintendo is that the Wii console will be priced for the mass market. Shipping date is also only stated with Q4 2006. One of the games available at launch will be The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess.
Your Wii console will stay online and be connected to WiiConnect24, enabling game developer to constantly update software without you dealing with it.Nintendo's Wii console is not breaking any records in performance, but game play really looks like something new and exciting. The virtual console also allows longtime Nintendo fans to play their old favorite games on the new hardware.

Nintendo Wii Specifications:
512MB internal Flash memory
PowerPC CPU wihth 90nm technology
2 USB Ports
ATI Graphics CPU
512MB internal Flash memory
4 Ports for classic Nintendo GameCube
2 Slots for Nintendo GameCube Memory Cards
AV Multi-output port for component, composite or S-video.

More details on the Nintendo Wii site.

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