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E3 2008: Nintendo Media Briefing photo gallery

We are hard at work on getting our video wrap-up posted, but in the meantime, we figured we’d hook you up with a massive image gallery featuring the highlights of the presentation. Within the images you will find shots of Animal Crossing: Town Folk, Call of Duty: World at War, Wii Sports Resort, and more. We’ve also got images of the and WiiSpeak accessories. All in all, we’ve got over 70 images for you to check out and enjoy, so head on over to our Nintendo E3 2008 gallery.

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Logitech Cordless Wii Keyboard

Logitech Wii Keyboard

Logitech has unveiled their Cordless Keyboard for Wii. Licensed by Nintendo, it is designed for chatty games and the Wii Internet Channel. At a size of 11.85 x 6.57 x 0.87 inches, the keyboard has special keys such as Zoom In/Out, Forward/Back, and Quit. Plug in the mini-receiver and let the games begin and, when you are done, the receiver snaps into the back of the keyboard. Look for an August debut with a price of $49.99.

 

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Nintendo announces Wii MotionPlus controller add-on

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: E3, Hardware, Nintendo, Wii

Wii Motion Plus

Right before this morning’s Xbox Media Briefing here at , Nintendo announced the new Wii Motion Plus controller add-on. Basically, Wii MotionPlus is an accessory that attaches to the end of the Wii Remote, allowing it to more accurately trace motion in 3D space by constantly monitoring and orienting the controller. Every movement you make with the WiiMote is rendered indentically onscreen, resulting in true 1:1 response. Basically, the device gives you the Wii Remote as it should have been since the start.

See the full release from themselves after the jump. We are sure we will be seeing at least one title tomorrow morning that supports the new accessory during the Nintendo Media Briefing.


What do you want to see us cover at E3 2008?

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Yeah, Gear Live is going to be covering in full effect once again this year, and we want to know what you want to see us cover. We will be hitting you with daily video coverage of all the cool stuff we find, and we will also be at the Nintendo, Xbox, and Sony Media Briefings as well. What are you looking forward to?


Watch Mario marathon for Child’s Play charity live

You’ve gotta love the ideas that spawn from the gaming community. Piggybacking off the wonderful Child’s Play charity which was started by Penny Arcade, a trio of gamers have decided to band together and play through all Super Mario games over the course of the weekend to raise money for the worthy cause. Not only that, but they are doing it live. You can just hit the play button above to check out their live Super Mario Marathon stream. You get to see John, Dan, and Brian sitting around and chatting, and the game video and audio are even present as well. They started with Super Mario Bros., and will be playing right through to Super Mario Galaxy. That’s seven games in fifty-five hours. Epic.

We’ve already donated, and we think you should too. It’s a fun and creative way to bring attention to Child’s Play.

Good job, guys.

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NES Koopa Cufflinks

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Wearables, Design, Video Games

Koopa Cuff LinksAnd yet more retro gadgets rear their heads in the shape of NES koopas and other miscellaneous gamey creatures. “pixelparty” makes the Super Mario 3/4 x 1/2-inch jewelry out of shrinkydinks, plastic, and plain cufflinks. Each design will set you back $16.00, and if you don’t like what you see on his Etsy page, he is more than willing to create something pixellated just for you. We wonder what he could do with Metroid or Frogger.

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Super Mario Brothers blik Decals

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Design, Household, Video Games

NES bliksFor the Nintendo freak that just can’t get past the early Super Mario Bros., now you can put them on your walls. bliks are self-adhesive wall decals that stick to any flat surface, including windows, mirrors, table tops, ceilings, and floors, or any combination of the above. Peel and stick and when you get tired of looking at them, they are easily removable. The company has so many to choose from you can update in your kitchen, bedroom, bathroom, or wherever the NES mood strikes you.

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Video: Wii commercial parody

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Culture, Nintendo, Wii

Okay, we gotta hand it to these guys - when you put it like this, I guess really can seem lame. Unfortunately, a lot of games utilize similar mechanics as are found in this parody. However you feel about ‘s money-making machine, this one is definitely good for a laugh.

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Wii Fit is almost here

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Casual, Culture, Nintendo, Wii

Wii Fit

Okay, launches in May 21 peeps. Stores are throwing signage up all over the place, and it appears the first actual test of your fitness will be fighting the crowds in an attempt to get your hands on the game. We’ve already seen it going for as much as $210 USD on eBay - and the game costs less than $100. Yeah, this is gonna be fun. Thanks, .


N5 for Nintendo DS & DS Lite

Posted by Sheila Franklin Categories: Storage, Video Games, USB

N5The N5 is an updated version of the R4DS. The second generation storage device supports both Nintendo DS and Lite, needs no booting tool, has a card slot for Micro SD, FAT16 or 32, works by touchscreen or button with auto-detect. It supports rumble pak, memory pak, Moonshell, and has an open I/O interface. Perhaps the best feature is that you can load your cheat codes, not that we agree with that. The 2 x 0.8 x 0.3-inch N5 comes with a TF card reader and application CD and is available for $69.99.

(Thanks, Cassily)

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