Kid-sized Wii Controllers Debut

Posted: Jun 15 2010, 12:22pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 9:47pm CDT, in News | E3

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My five-year-old daughter is a Wii Golf savant; I'm talking the Tiger Woods of Wii Sports. She will beat you, but you can expect the game to take ten times longer than normal because her little hands can't quite reach the buttons that she needs to hold down to scoot up to the ball.

If you have kids with small hands that have a hard time with the normal Wii controllers, Power A has a new Wii controllers for small hands that debuted at E3. The controller is called the MiniRemote and MiniChuck reports Kotaku.

The things claim to be 35% smaller than the standard Wii controllers and are compatible with the MotionPlus accessory. The downside is that with this controller my daughter will really beat me bad in Wii Golf.

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