ZeroTolerance writes: Nintendo's motion-controlled console was built with racing games in mind. OK that may be an overstatement but think about this. When you play games with family and friends who are non-gamers, and you are partaking in racing endeavors what is the first thing a non-gamer will do? Tilt the controller left and right to steer correct? The Wii remote has finally allowed people to do just that to control their gaming experience, and I for one applaud Nintendo for this innovation. This brings me to the latest racing effort for the console Speed Zone. At first glance it appears to be a futuristic racer that will push the limits of speed and physics, but after careful examination what we end up with is an updated version of the classic Rush series with motion control.