Wii, PS3 Demo Kiosk Pictures Surface

Posted: Sep 1 2006, 5:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 11:50pm CDT, in News | Gaming

Wii, PS3 Demo Kiosk Pictures Surface
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I guess a super whiz on Photoshop could whip up these pictures, but they certainly at least look cool. Either way, my guess is that when you see playable versions of these next-gen consoles in stores, they won't look much different than these. What's really interesting about these kiosks is that they totally emphasize the differences between the systems.

As you can see (see the full size), the PS3 kiosk is very busy, with product pamphlets hanging on the side, and the game itself is totally over your head (literally). On the other hand, the Wii kiosk has just a very slim stand, the console, and two monitors. How clever to have that built-in camera/monitor that shows the player as he's shaking around the Wiimote.However, I must say that the retail Wii kiosks will have gamers embarassing themselves at department stores on a scale that hasn't been seen since the marvellous Virtual Boy, which I've got to believe made at least one pimply faced boy have a seizure inside Sears.

Via Joystiq

Report Published by: Mark Raby

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