Gamer Limit writes "Do you think your TV is safe from gamers throwing their Wiimotes at it? Well think again, Pega have just released a Dart kit for your Wiimote, allowing you to shape it into a realistic dart… perfect for throwing at your TV."
Wow - this is going sleazier than the "Wii Sports Essentials Kit", including the fake, useless tennis racket they marketed to soccer moms. Go go capitalism!
darts with Wii?? how much lower humanity will go now? I don't want to think of what's next in the line of these ridiculous add-ons!
I actually just ordered 20 by coincidence. Wii Dart marathon, anyone?
The next time I go play darts with my buddies, I'm gonna roll in with three of these and see how much dignity I walk out with.
Haha, now that's crazy. I wonder what their working on next.
Oh yeah! That's the name of the company that I got a Perfect Shot from. I bought a Perfect Shot off of eBay, and when it came in the mail, something looked off about it... It was a cheap knockoff of the Nyko Perfect Shot, and was a complete ripoff made by some company named Pega. Among the inferiorities to the 'actual' Perfect Shot was the fact that the Wiimote slipped out much easier on it. It was not snug in a cradle, and did not feel safe to swing around, unlike the actual Perfect Shot. One tiny flick, and the Wiimote came flying out. So naturally this will lead me to assume that their new Dart kit, added to the ridiculous nature of the product by default, will probably not be too safe or sturdy at all :P
Maybe they are working on a wii dildo for soccer mums? Getting stupid now.
i'd much rather play real darts tbh
Thats the 3rd party support for ya. LOL
"It can avoid to make the hurt for the people and crispness goods when operate failed which is very safety, and have a good sense of reality" Well that is a patently awesome translation. Also, anyone dumb enough to actually throw this at their TV deserves the results.
Next up accessories for failed wii concepts
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