Nintendo’s Wiimote Has Unfinished Business

Vice: I miss the Wiimote. You know, the pointy, wavy thing that you held when you played the Wii. Don't be all, "I never played on a Wii, it was for people who didn't like games," or something like that. Everyone played the Wii.

But I understand why (some, foolish) people hated the Wiimote. The batteries died constantly, using it did make you look like a total bell-end, and it could occasionally have a hissy fit, the cursor on the screen bucking as wildly as a wildebeest with its arse on fire. Yet I believe it was the most important innovation in gaming control since we first clicked a mouse, as we know them, in the late 1960s.

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