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First Wii Web Browser Screens October 25, 2006

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The simple-looking web browser will be controlled using the Wii Remote’s pointer. A panel across the bottom of the screen appears to include back and forward-page buttons, an ‘eject’ button that presumably exits the browser, and a button with a star on it which we know to be for bookmarks. (New Interface Pictures are also included)

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First Wii Web Browser Screens October 25, 2006

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The simple-looking web browser will be controlled using the Wii Remote’s pointer. A panel across the bottom of the screen appears to include back and forward-page buttons, an ‘eject’ button that presumably exits the browser, and a button with a star on it which we know to be for bookmarks. (New Interface Pictures are also included)

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Wii Kiosks: Wireless Controllers to Be Used October 17, 2006

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Nintendo of America: “Retailers will either receive a pre-built kiosk including a TV, console and controllers, while others will set up an interactive Wii experience using their own TV. Wireless controllers will be used and we are asking retailers to have staff available to help consumers have a sucessful first experience with Wii.”

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New Wii Interface Pictures October 12, 2006

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These cannot be 100% percent confirmed, but seem pretty legit. They give you a good idea of what you should expect from the Wii interface come launch day.

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First Wii TV Commercial October 11, 2006

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Nintendo chooses to go the mysterious route once again…

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First Wii TV Commercial October 11, 2006

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Nintendo chooses to go the mysterious route once again…

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