It's strange how almost every single picture of the Wii fails spectacularly to depict the console's actual size. In reality, the system is ridiculously small with an aesthetic that deftly illustrates how far Nintendo has come in terms of design after they churned out the monstrous looking N64. We're not shallow enough to attach much significance to a console's appearance, but there's something unnervingly attractive about that small white box and its various attachments.
The Zapper--ideal for shooting ducks and faithful dogs.
Hey, it's the Pringles guy! And the motion bar!
The controller meant for use of Virtual Console titles. It turns out that it's not a shell at all.
I have no idea what these things are. They're far too bizarre to be controllers or anything like that.
A twio of colored wiimotes.