While Wii owners are generally excited about the release of Wii MotionPlus next year, many have wondered why the technology wasn't included in the Wii in the first place. Its promise of true 1:1 control seems, to many, what the console should have offered all along. Speaking to VentureBeat, Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime explains the decision to wait on MotionPlus was due to the technology's cost.
"We were aware of that technology (the gryoscopic chips made by Invensense) at the time we designed the original Wii," Fils-Aime explains. "But the cost would have been too high for the business model. It would have been unacceptable. By waiting about three years, the costs come down substantially and it becomes a viable product."
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