By Chris Hermosilla | 10/12/2009 - 11:00
The game gurus at Nintendo have been hard at work changing people’s perceptions of video games with its smash hit Wii system. Last year, Wii Fit remixed the traditional exercise workout by introducing a digital Balance Board that tracks weight and movement, along with software that blends aerobics, yoga and quirky balance-based games so well that it actually made lunges and stretches enjoyable. And this week, I got to put my hands (well, feet) on the sequel to that game: Wii Fit Plus.
By Chris Hermosilla | 07/24/2009 - 09:00
Can’t find the time or money to get away this summer? Bring the outdoors indoors with Wii Sports Resort, Nintendo’s first full-fledged sequel to its massive hit game Wii Sports. By now, everyone has heard about the Wii and how it’s changed people’s perceptions of what a video game is—by replacing crazy-complex controllers with a simple, motion-based system that gets you to stand up, act a fool and have a blast with your family and friends. Now you get to bring all of them on vacay with you!
By Mariela Rosario | 05/19/2008 - 14:06
It’s today’s big launch, and Latina tested it out just for you! It was no easy task; the Wii Fit turns your videogaming system into a lean, mean workout machine. It looks innocent enough when you open the surprisingly small box—a game disc that works with a standard Wii controller and a white Balance Board that you stand on to do your exercises—but boy do those little pieces pack a big punch. Just pop the game into the system, plug in the board and get ready to use your television to get in shape.