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Submitted by Lavalamp 609d ago | news

Iwata: Vitality sensor canned because it “was of narrower application than we'd originally thought”

VG247: "In a recent question-and-answer session with investors, Nintendo prez Satoru Iwata gave a few reasons why the Wii vitality sensor was never actually released. For one, in testing it didn’t work on everyone, just 90 percent of folks. That, apparently, was not good enough." (Satoru Iwata, Wii)

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