While PlayStation still hasn't confirmed whether its motion controller will be called the Arc, the rumor mill has gone one step further this week with a forum-poster claiming it'll work alongside a Wii-like nunchuk.
It's not enough for Nintendo that you look idiotic while flailing at a TV screen. They won't rest until a 200lb man is riding an inflatable "pony," "dolphin" or "gryphon."
Seriously, that wasn't our bad pun. By peripheral manufacturer Logic3, the FunChuks are miniature, brightly colored Wii nunchuks.
So far, no one has had the cojones to clone the Wiimote. Then Nyko stepped up to the plate and announced the Wand. Playing with it at CES, I was impressed.
Ask any unshowered person in a tie dye shirt and they'll go on for hours about the benefits of hemp, nature's wonder material that has nothing to do with weed. Now here's a hempmote.
Nyko's Kama wireless Wii Nunchuk (no, not the adapter) is going on sale now, online, before the official retail launch in May. If you buy now, you'll have a chance to get one of the limited edition grey, black, pink or gold units that sync wirelessly to your Wiimote adapter. The limited edition won't be available in…
Nyko's replacement wireless nunchuk controller may have raised the question, "do we really need a wireless nunchuk?" But their new wireless nunchuk adapter, a peripheral that uses the same Wiimote wireless nunchuk transmitter plug-in and replaces Nyko's sleek wireless nunchuk with your old, crappy wired nunchuk but…
Nyko's gone and done what many of us expected from the Wiimote in the first place—they've created a wireless Wii Nunchuk. You know, because despite all the motion freedom Wii may promise, gamers are still tethered between controllers like dogs on a leash. Here's the lowdown:
Remember all those colors Nintendo teased us with when they announced the Wii? Now you can get them...unofficially.