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Xbox 360 Arcade may come with motion controller

Xbox 360 Arcade may come with motion controller

The Xbox 360 Arcade bundle may be packaged with a motion controller and some motion controlled mini games. The bundle, which is expected to be released this holiday season is expected to be in direct competition with the Wii.

Xbox 360 Fanboy received a tip from someone “close to Microsoft’s marketing department” that claims the new Xbox 360 Arcade will come packaged with the motion controller as well as the motion controlled mini games developed by Rare.

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Wii Maracas show up on Amazon

Wii Maracas show up on Amazon

It looks like we may see some maracas for the Wii pretty soon. Pictures of the actual maracas designed for the Wii started popping up (and then being immediately removed) from several retailers sites yesterday including Amazon.

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Nintendo to offer colored Wii remote straps

Nintendo to offer colored Wii remote straps

If you’ve been itching to add a little color to your Wii then Nintendo may have the answer for you. Nintendo will be releasing colored straps for Wii controllers in September.

Right now the straps are slated to only be released in Japan, although we imagine they’ll make their way over to Europe and the US soon enough.

Currently the straps which come in green, blue, pink, and white are expected to sell for $3 each, or $10 for a four pack with all four of the colors included.

Do you think there’s a market for colored Wii controller straps? Obviously Nintendo thinks they will sell well, but are they something that you would consider buying, or do you like your Wii remote just the way it is?

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Logitech announces the Speed Force Wireless Racing Wheel for Wii

Logitech announces the Speed Force Wireless Racing Wheel for Wii

Logitech has announced the new Logitech Speed Force Wireless racing wheel for the Wii. The wheel will be the first force feedback wheel for the Wii and is designed to work with EA Games Need for Speed Undercover.

The Speed Force Wireless racing wheel has a once-piece design with built-in gas and brake controls located on the wheel itself. The wheel has an expandable lap rest so you can adjust the wheel for how you like to play your games. The wheel uses 2.4 GHz wireless technology to allow to gaming up to 30 feet away from the actual Wii console.

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