Despite the supposedly game-changing motion controls that the Wii brings to gaming, a good portion of AAA games use the Wiimote in the more traditional controller sense. How do you make the one-handed controller more comfortable for two handed play? By shoving it inside a body that adds an "analog" stick and two DualShock-like grips. And when you're done making Snake do sexy things to Samus, it comes off for easy storage. [Cyber Gadget via Impress via Nintendo Wii Fanboy]
When I first saw this I thought it was a replacement to the nunchuck of sorts. I thought it would have an actual analog stick and shoulder buttons and just plug into the port at the bottom of the Wiimote. After looking at it more, I really don't see the point of this. You have an "analog" stick that just goes over the top of the d-pad and a shoulder button that just causes B to be pressed, oh wow.