Nintendo Japan: four Wii sites (and a face?)

Nintendo Japan has a Zelda: Twilight Princess site up and running. That wolf… so cuddly… we want to take it home and take care of it. Click on the icon in the middle (the one we circled red) to watch the second November 1 video.

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The Wii Play site focuses on what makes Wii Play a nice game to have at home: it’s really just a fun collection of games. Click on the “Click” we circled in red and it will take you to an overview of the different games: pool (billiards), table tennis, etc. (Wii Play site here.)

The Wii Sports site has a rather informative overview of the five sports games. It also shows the Wii remote actions you need to master (well, “master” makes it sound as if they’re hard to do – they’re actually easy and intuitive no-brainers).

The WarioWare: Smooth Moves site is pretty skeletal right now. It just shows three actions for three minigames. Maybe the BBC lady who found the game too strange might want to take a peek at this site (although she’ll probably enjoy the Zelda one a lot more!).

The hidden face? One last thing. A commenter at Go Nintendo says that there’s a face that appears when you first go to the Twilight Princess site. So we kept clicking Reload/Refresh on our browsers – and yeah, it looks like something from the Shroud of Turin or those blurry photographs of some holy person’s face appearing on photographs or whatever. But this is just an optical illusion. Right?

Nintendo Japan has a Zelda: Twilight Princess site up and running. That wolf… so cuddly… we want to take it home and take care of it. Click on the icon in the middle (the one we circled red) to watch the second November 1 video.

screenshot - Image 1 screenshot - Image 2 

The Wii Play site focuses on what makes Wii Play a nice game to have at home: it’s really just a fun collection of games. Click on the “Click” we circled in red and it will take you to an overview of the different games: pool (billiards), table tennis, etc. (Wii Play site here.)

The Wii Sports site has a rather informative overview of the five sports games. It also shows the Wii remote actions you need to master (well, “master” makes it sound as if they’re hard to do – they’re actually easy and intuitive no-brainers).

The WarioWare: Smooth Moves site is pretty skeletal right now. It just shows three actions for three minigames. Maybe the BBC lady who found the game too strange might want to take a peek at this site (although she’ll probably enjoy the Zelda one a lot more!).

The hidden face? One last thing. A commenter at Go Nintendo says that there’s a face that appears when you first go to the Twilight Princess site. So we kept clicking Reload/Refresh on our browsers – and yeah, it looks like something from the Shroud of Turin or those blurry photographs of some holy person’s face appearing on photographs or whatever. But this is just an optical illusion. Right?

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