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Nintendo Wii Bundles

Updated on October 22, 2013

Gaming consoles have become a major form of entertainment for many.  The first console came on the market in 1972 and ran on batteries, was analogue and didn’t produce any sound!  After that gaming consoles had the games built into the unit which included a memory chip.  One of the first to use a CD was the Nintendo GameCube as they not only played games but music as well.  

The Nintendo Wii came out at the end of 2006 and grabbed a huge share of the gaming market due to a new way to play video games.  Using wireless technology to track movements using a hand held controller, players are able to interact with the game.  They ended up dominating the industry because it allowed for a physical way to play video games either as a single player or with groups of people.  

Because of the innovation started by the Nintendo Wii, there are now a number of wireless controllers on the market but the Nintendo Wii will always be considered the first of its kind.

Holiday Wii Bundle

What could be more fun that owning a Nintendo Wii Bundle in RED! Just in time for the holiday season this console was produced to honor the 25th Anniversary of the Super Mario Brothers game franchise.

Not only do you get a lovely red Wii gaming console and Wii Remote Plus controller, but you also get a processing chip that was designed with IBM and a great graphics chipset that will provide stunning performance for all your gaming. As well there is a red Nunchuck controller, wired sensor bar, power cord, standard composite cable, console stand and of course a manual.

If you want a more sustainable product then this console is for you. It uses a fraction of the power of previous models. And if that wasn’t enough you also get a copy of the New Super Mario Bros. and a copy of Wii Sports.

Wii Accessories

The Nintendo Wii has sparked a large range of after market accessories. There are many accessories from Wii boxing gloves, steering wheels, sports packs with golf clubs, tennis racquets, Wii guns (combat shooter), baseball bat and fishing rods.

If you are into music you can get a set of Maracas for the Wii to use with rhythm games such as Samba de Amigo. They are designed to work with the Wii remove and Nunchuck controllers. What fun!

Wii Fit

A new way to exercise at home is using Wii Fit for Nintendo. If you don’t want to go for the gym or hate jogging outside then this type of exercise might be what you are looking for and you get to have some fun while exercising.

The Wii Fit Plus is a great exercise game which includes a variety of activities ranging from balance and coordination to sweat-breaking workouts.  

One of the Nintendo Wii accessories is the balance board that helps with your daily exercise routine. You can even purchase a board cover to keep it from getting dirty or saving you from slipping or falling off the board. They even come in different colors!

There are several exercise programs available for the Wii Nintendo including EA Sports Active 2, The Biggest Loser Challenge and the latest addition, Zumba Fitness.

Wii Sports Resort

The Wii Sports Resort has everything you could possibly want in a game.  It has a large variety of different sports and since it is a multi-player game you and your friends can play for hours.  The games include Sword Play, Wake Boarding, Frisbee, Archery, Basketball, Table Tennis, Golf, Bowling, Power Cruising, Canoeing, Cycling and Air Sports.

With the introduction of Wii Motion Plus, the game can actually calculate rotational motion.  What this means is that the Wii remote will catch even the slightest movement as you play the game.

The game takes place at a sports resort called Wuhu Island.  When you start the game you are dropped onto the island by plane with a team of sky divers.  


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