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Wii Copy Cats
By: KC Morgan
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    2009-01-13

    Table of Contents:
  • Wii Copy Cats
  • UltiMotion
  • VTech’s V. Smile V-Motion Active Learning System
  • PlayStation RealPlay

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    The UltiMotion system is offered through Jakks Pacific. It consists of a single small console in white and a single matching motion controller. Five snap-on accessories turn the controller into a bowling ball, tennis racket, football, golf club and baseball bat at your leisure. The two prongs springing from the back of the console are designed to plug right in to most standard television sets.

    With this system, you can only ever play five games with one controller, and the UltiMotion is hardly sophisticated in its sounds or graphics. The lightweight controller and accessories are not made for especially hard use, but the motion on screen does seem to correspond with what’s happening in real-time.

    The UltiMotion won’t give you the wide gaming range or panache of owning a Wii, but it does make motion-controlled gaming possible for almost anyone. This entire system costs only $80, priced well below the Wii console and at a cost many families find affordable.

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