Stephen Totilo of Kotaku: I sat in a blue room on Monday, surrounded by what some hardcore gamers might call artifacts of absurdity.
On walls around me hung a Wii bowling ball controller attachment, a Wii pool cue, Wii pom poms, and more.
Who makes this stuff? Two amiable Orthodox Jewish brothers - black pants, white shirts, beards, and an offer to their guest of some kosher pastries - sat across from me, cheerful about what they've built and the amazing gizmos surrounding us.
The brothers Markowitz are some of the guys who saw in the Wii not just a gamer revolution but a chance to make money selling people things to attach to their Wii remote.