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Old 03-10-07, 09:37 AM
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Nintendo Provide Free Wii Jackets

The jackets are designed to provide extra grip (no more operator + tv errors)

and to provide extra protection for the normally quite robust WiiMotes (the motes make it ... the tvs dont

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The Wii Remote Jacket, a durable, silicone cover for the Wii Remote, provides a variety of benefits for the player. Nintendo will include the Wii Remote Jacket with all Wii hardware systems and with all Wii Remotes sold separately or packaged with Wii Play. Hardware featuring the Wii Remote Jacket will begin shipping to retailers from October 2, 2007 and is expected to be on retail shelves from mid-October, 2007.

The Wii Remote Jacket provides a cushioning effect if the Wii Remote accidentally strikes a person or object or is accidentally dropped or thrown. Use of the Wii Remote Jacket is meant to supplement, not replace, the basic gameplay instructions: keep a firm grip, don’t let go of the controller, use the wrist strap and make sure your play area is free of people or objects.

The Wii Remote Jacket also serves as a cover for the Wii Remote, and has been designed to be added and removed easily, in case users want to slip their Wii Remote into an accessory like the upcoming Wii Zapper. Nintendo recommends players use the new Wii Remote Jacket as a cushiony shield, though the current Wii Remote is a safe product when used properly.

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Old 03-10-07, 04:35 PM
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Old 03-10-07, 04:45 PM
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Joe can you not access the CP?
I just had to look around for the login URL ... now just reading the guidelines

I trust these are vetted/edited b4 being posted (or @ least i pray so)
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Old 03-10-07, 06:15 PM
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Nintendo not forgetting about its users. Not many companies can say the same.
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