Nintendo of Japan this week dropped new Wii Experiences videos to demonstrate the innovative new machine, due out Dec. 2 in Japan.
The videos depict players from around the world playing various sports offerings in Wii Sports. A single camera placed in front of the television displays player movement and reaction to the games, while a single camera behind the player occasionally references the on-screen action.
Players in the videos are male and female and range from young to middle-aged to the elderly.
Wii will drop in Japan for 25,000 yen with one Wii Remote and one Nunchuck controller. The U.S. SKU will include Wii Sports for $249.99.
Nintendo hopes Wii will attract video game players of all ages, including those who don't normally own video game machines.
The strategy to offer a more natural input method and casual games has proven successful with the company's Nintendo DS handheld. The DS and DS Lite has sold more than 21 million units worldwide to outperform Sony's more powerful PSP handheld.
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