Wii Didn't See It Coming

Wii Have A Problem

Wii Accidents
Wii Accidents
Wii Accidents
Wii Accidents
Wii Accidents
Wii Accidents
Wii Accidents
Wii Accidents
Wii Accidents
Wii Accidents
Nintendo's latest video game system, the Wii, is a technological triumph . . . except for the simplest part of the whole thing: the wrist strap. The Wii remote, a game controller with motion sensors that allows players to throw a football, swing a bat or shoot a gun, allows users to interact with the screen. But broken wrist straps which normally secure the remote to the user are breaking, causing remotes to fly across rooms and damage TVs, walls and even people. At left is a PDA device which a user said was shattered by a Wii remote. (wiihaveaproblem.com)
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