World Series of Poker: Wii cashes in

PokerWhenever we talk Wii, we always end up talking about the Wiimote/Nunchuk arrangement that’s been the bread and butter for this much-camped-out-for console, and while we’ve seen games like Zelda, Red Steeland Wii Sports lead the way on how the controls should be done, let’s see if we can fit another sport – Poker.

Crave Entertainment’s placed their bets on the Wii console, as they’ve just announced that there’s a World Series of Poker game coming out for the Wii. Like a lot of games making the port, this version will make full use of the Wiimote/Nunchuk. Players can look around first-person using the controls, or if playing one-handed, point the controller up to raise and down to fold.

We don’t have too many details yet on this latest development, but fans to the PSP and Xbox 360 version of this game may want to keep in touch, as new personalities in the poker world are expected to make it to the Wii version, the Wiimote/Nunchuk controls being just the tip of the iceberg. Keep your poker face on for any new developments they may deal.

PokerWhenever we talk Wii, we always end up talking about the Wiimote/Nunchuk arrangement that’s been the bread and butter for this much-camped-out-for console, and while we’ve seen games like Zelda, Red Steeland Wii Sports lead the way on how the controls should be done, let’s see if we can fit another sport – Poker.

Crave Entertainment’s placed their bets on the Wii console, as they’ve just announced that there’s a World Series of Poker game coming out for the Wii. Like a lot of games making the port, this version will make full use of the Wiimote/Nunchuk. Players can look around first-person using the controls, or if playing one-handed, point the controller up to raise and down to fold.

We don’t have too many details yet on this latest development, but fans to the PSP and Xbox 360 version of this game may want to keep in touch, as new personalities in the poker world are expected to make it to the Wii version, the Wiimote/Nunchuk controls being just the tip of the iceberg. Keep your poker face on for any new developments they may deal.

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