What happens when a video game manufacturer becomes a health junkie? You get games like Wii Fit or Wii Fit plus which change the world of gaming for you as a gamer and for Nintendo Wii as a gaming manufacturer. Nintendo – one of the leading producers of software and hardware for games now has a serious outlook on health and fitness as a result of which Wii Fit is now increasingly popular among many gaming aficionados.
Nintendo first released Wii Sports – a virtual game that pulls gamers off their couches and invokes them to stimulate sports actions off their bodies to replicate these motions through controllers to play games on their Wii consoles. The actions required on the part of gamers playing these games well – like tennis or bowling – might not be the same as playing the actual games but could be construed as the best alternative for indoor physical activity closely replicating the movements of the real games.
Nintendo’s latest release Wii Fit has been received with open arms by the gaming community at large — an ambitious, off-the-road kind of release that could set the entire gaming industry into another direction altogether. First off, the Wii Fit isn’t even close to a game; think of it more like an unlikely arranged marriage between a game and an exercise simulator. You could use Nintendo’s Wii Fit
Nintendo also goes out of its way to do justice to the Wii Fit
Using Nintendo’s Wii Fit
Having sold more than 2 million copies and counting worldwide, the various benefits of Wii Fit that Nintendo rolled out are now being grabbed with a relentless gusto. Pumping up your body into shape has never been this easier with a meager investment in a gaming console (that your entire family can use) and still be able to use it for the betterment of your health. It’s
It’s not to say that the Wii