DreamGear Launches New Soft Wii Sports Set

Posted: Nov 2 2007, 12:23pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 4:39am CDT, in News | Gaming

 
dreamGear Launches New Soft Wii Sports Set
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dreamGEAR introduced a new line of Wii Sports accessories for the holiday season called the Soft Sports Kit. Any parent with more than one kid in the house knows that eventually, someone is going to get whacked with anything remotely club like.

Typical Wii sports accessories are made from hard plastic and could damage other people and belongings in the home. The Soft sports Set is made from a soft foam material that won’t cause harm. The kit includes a tennis racket, bat, golf club, a fan for cooling the Wii, and a Wii remote jacket.

“The authentic shape and feel of the racket, bat and golf club, combined with the soft foam, brings an unparalleled level of realism and safety to virtual sports," says dreamGEAR co-founder Richard Weston. "We wanted to help gamers more clearly envision themselves within the context of the game, while simultaneously offering an alternative to hard plastic Wii remote extensions that might injure other players or damage property. The Soft Sports Kit accomplishes both goals." The kit is perfectly priced for a stocking stuffer at only $34.99.

Via dreamGEAR

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