The $50 Wii Alternative: Jakks Pacific Ultimotion

Posted: Mar 21 2009, 11:52am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:31pm CDT, in News | Gaming

 
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Motion controller video games have been around before but the Nintendo Wii made them mainstream. If you do not want to drop $249 for a Nintendo Wii because you know you and your kids would only play Wii Sports then take a look at the Jakks Pacific Ultimotion Swing Zone Sports Video Game system that sells for only $48.16 on Amazon.com.

The Jakks Pacific Ultimotion Swing Zone Sports Motion Controller Video Game offers bowling, golf, tennis, baseball, and football. The motion controller can be skinned with the corresponding sports equipment.
The game play experience is similar to the Wii. You swing or throw with the controller and interact with the game on the TV. This is a nice little Easter present for kids, which is probably the reason the Ultimotion is on the 3rd spot of the best selling toys on Amazon.com.
More details on Amazon.com.

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