Sometimes, I wish my brain processed reality with this kind of incredible logic. Nintendo CEO Satoru Iwata says the fact that you think the Wii Vitality sensor is lame balls is actually a "good sign" for Nintendo:
It looks like the Wii won't be sensing vitalities for a while. Nintendo President Satoru Iwata says they "would like to deliver the actual product not too late in the year next year." I suggest you pick up yoga. [Joystiq]
The Wii Vitality Sensor was met with a very harsh, possibly unfair reception when it was announced at E3. Now, Nintendo is getting a little defensive about their upcoming
medical instrument game peripheral.
E3 was positively epic this year—it's like we got brand new consoles from Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo, but with the same boxes we have in our living room right now. Here's all our coverage in one handy spot:
Some news at the Nintendo E3 conference at last: The Wii Vitality Sensor. It tracks your pulse. I'm sure it will have millions of fun applications. Seriously Nintendo, really?