Fans of hardcore child-rearing sims will no doubt find 505 Games' Wii-exclusive "Baby and Me" to be a day-one purchase this year, promising a revolutionary new peripheral in which you stick a Wiimote inside a baby.
Pre-order your collectors edition now!!! Look out Mario your days are numbered... Sad thing is if my daughters was a little young I would be buying this for Christmas LOL
The real sad thing is the price of all this. To be honest it would make more sense to buy the baby they use in schools since you don't need to have a Wii on hand to play with it.
BEST BABY SHAKING SIM EVA!!!!!
who knows... maybe this will be the next big thing... /sacrasm
Thanks Nintendo, that's exactly what we need. Training dummies for teen pregnancy.
OH WAIT! "Wii Drop Babies on their Heads" There! Now it'll sell a billion copies.
And Wii developers (the good ones) wonder why people won't take their game seriously.... It's games like this that make the Wii look like it's for kids. Shame on you Nintendo. Where's my new IP??? I don't want to play Barbie Goes to Fairyland or whatever crap they're pumping out these days.
LMAO I almost choked on my Soda
Did Nintendo make this? If not, then why keep blaming Nintendo? 7_7
It reads like a bad joke.
505 Games is making the game... I was flabbergasted to learn of this...
imagine playing wii sports with this :p
They make some unbelivable crap, i would know, i own 3 of their games on the PS2 purely because they all had Zombie in the title.
I wonder if this would make an okay gift to give to someone if they are either: A. Expecting or B. Plan to have a baby. :p
Maybe if you hate them
@Linux Guru, You would have to hate them no??? I can see it now... "Baby and Me Attachment Breaking TVs" *little Jimmy" My sister would not get off the Nintendo so I could play Smash Bros. So I took the doll and throw it and it hit the tv and broke it...
Baby Wiimote Enema...
this is the stupidest idea I have seen. Nintendo should quality check all the **** that comes out for the Wii, because **** like this will eventually ruin the system.
It is scary if you think about it.. shovelware almost killed gaming in the 80s.... It is not good... for the industry completely
Mr T thinks it's ironic the ones who saved the industry in the 80s would be tryin to kill it now 0_0
Mr T is right.. the amount of shovelware is killing gaming... and the others are following... MS Natal and Sony Sphere
The difference with the 80's was that people had no clue what to make or how to promote their system to be utilized as it should be. Besides this is for kids, and kids are the most vital group when it comes to income. Yeah the idea is stupid, but its not the only type of games that are being made for the system. On top of that PS3 and 360 do well with their games right? The gaming industry is far from collapsing. And apparently Nintendo accepts this since there is nothing wrong with the quality. Shovel ware to us, great sh/t for kids.
No,gaming isn't dying because of these games. Little kids need their own platform, and they have it with the Wii. They sell a lot of Wii's purely because of the family market niche. On the other side of the fence, there are still lots & lots of more serious harder edge games being made for the PS3 & 360.
Oh. My. God.
When will we see wii abortion for the small girls.
Nintendo stole my idea. I've been attaching Wiimotes to babies for years.
Nintendo really needs to check themselves. I am surprised they manage to cut a profit through all of this BS.
Some people wonder the same thing about Disney movies...but it is the kids that get their parents to spend all that money on entertainment. It is where the most profits can be made if you have the right product. Kids are very persuasive at being a pest until they get their parents to buy them that special thing they want. Christmas is coming soon.
whatever happend to the coveted Nintendo Seal of Quality? oh yeah, the wii came along.
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