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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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    Wii Copy Cats - VTech’s V. Smile V-Motion Active Learning System


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    The name may be a mouthful, but this system is actually quite small and compact -- and colorful. Designed for children aged three to seven in years, the V-Motion Active Learning System offers some of the best in educational, motion-controlled, young children’s gaming. This system is compatible with the Internet and your television, so kids can take advantage of interactive features and find new games on the Web with which to entertain themselves.

    The system comes with a wireless controller that is motion-activated and highly similar to the wired controller used by the original V.Smile system (which is designed to combine gaming fun with education). In fact, the V-Motion system is compatible with every single V.Smile game already out there. Upon purchase, you will receive a game cartridge (known in the VTech world as a Smartridge) called Action Mania, a game sampler.

    Bright colors, kid-friendly games and of course the cutting-edge tech of Internet capability and motion control make this console very appealing to children, while the affordable price is enough to tempt most any parent.

    The entire system will run you around $70. Extra wireless controllers cost approximately $25 each. The V.Smile V-Motion Active Learning System offers the best in motion-controlled, educational gaming for young kids -- but it’s likely they’ll grow out of this console much sooner than they would a Wii or other systems designed with older gamers in mind.

    Evolution Control System







    The Evolution Control System is a single wireless game controller designed to work with the original PlayStation system and games. Maybe there’s no new console, but suddenly there’s new life for those old, dust-collecting games you left in the past.

    The controller uses G-Force Tilt to record your movements and includes a built-in LCD screen. A glove attachment gives you easy control. Most driving, flying and first person shooters are compatible with this game controller system.

    Best of all, the Evolution Control System can be purchased for under $10. It’s not new motion control -- it’s the old system, put into motion.

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