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Submitted by mathsman 1246d ago | news

Wii Balance Board Earns Guinness World Record

The Nintendo Wii Balance Board has been awarded a new Guinness World Record for “The best-selling personal weighing device”. In order to break the record, a total of 32,114,428 Wii Balance Boards were sold worldwide between its launch and November 2010. This figure comprises 22,663,321 bundled with the original Wii Fit software and 9,451,107 bundled with Wii Fit Plus software. (Casual games, Industry, Tech, Wii, Wii Fii, Wii Fit Plus)

LX-General-Kaos  +   1246d ago
Congratulations Nintendo for achieving great success. Another award winning innovation strait from the house that Mario built. May many more great innovations occur in the future.

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Spitfire_Riggz  +   1246d ago
So... do you only own a Wii and a 3ds?
_Aarix_  +   1245d ago
He may be in love with nintendo but he doesnt talk crap about the other console. Many people here need to take a page out of his book. Cause im sick of the constant triangle of hate between the pc, xbox and ps3.

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