Shameless Wiimote rip-off for the Walmart win - destructoid

Shameless Wiimote rip-off for the Walmart win

7:13 AM on 08.16.2007

Jim Sterling

Former Reviews Editor


Took them long enough, didn't it? After months of waiting, we finally have some cheap, terrible Wiimote knock-off on the shelves of Walmart, in the form of four LCD sports 'games' in an inconvenient Wiimote-shaped case. For seven bucks, you can be the proud owner of these cutting edge gaming systems that will not only provide you with seconds of fun, but also advertise motion controls! What? YES! These things actually state on the package that there is motion control.

Basically, the motion is you pressing a button with your finger to control the game. But hey ... that's still a motion, right?

4 Color Rebellion took posted pictures of this shameless, prideless pap, which are included below. They really are beyond pathetic, these ones. I don't even see how you can play them right with such a stupid shape. Sad thing is, you just know that an idiot mother is going to be fooled by this and get some kid's hopes up. Do not want, Walmart, do not want.  

[Let me show you GoNintendo video credit.] 


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