The Wii is one of Nintendo's more recent video game consoles

It uses motion sensors to control remote gameplay.

Modern Day TechnologyEdit

The Nintendo Wii is a 6th generation game console (Along with the XBox 360 and the PS3 system). It uses high-tech motion sensors to capture movement. Several Wii remote accsessories can be purchased at gaming stores, or even stores with electronics sections, like Target or Walmart.

Remote, not ControllerEdit

The Wii uses remotes, not controllers. The remotes (Sometimes called Wiimotes :) have a control pad and 7 buttons. The buttons are A button, B button, 1, 2, -, +, and the home button, which has a house as its simble. The Nunchuck is an item that is plugged into the end (bottom) of the remote. It has an analog controller and 2 buttons, C and Z. You can buy the Classic Controller for use with GameCube games.


The Wii has a feature that allows it to play Nintendo GameCube Games, as well as Wii games. There are special plugs for GameCube controllers on the top of the WII console. Special controllers can be bought for use with these games as well as WII remotes. The Nintendo DS can play games from another Nintendo handheld, the Nintendo Gameboy Advance. However the newest DS, the DSi or DSi XL, cannot.

Sonic GamesEdit

Several Sonic the Hedgehog games have been produced for the Wii console. Some are Wii exclusive. These games include, Sonic Colors, Sonic Unleashed, etc. Some that are Wii exclusive are Sonic and the Secret Rings and Sonic and the Black Knight (Also known as the Sonic Storybook Series).