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Penguin United Crossfire: How Wii guns should be made

Posted in Wii Accessories by Conner Flynn on December 10th, 2009

Penguin United Crossfire: How Wii guns should be madeYou know the deal with Wii guns. You slide your Wii-mote into the accessory, making it too large for comfort and fugly besides. Well, the new Penguin United CrossFire does away with that scenario by integrating a Wii-mote into the gun itself. Frankly that’s how all Wii accessories should be made.

The CrossFire pistol is perfect for playing any games that require firearms. The controller integrates all of the features of a standard Wii-mote, like accelerometers, IR controller, speaker, and rumble. It also gives you easy access to a D-Pad and 1/2 buttons. The gun trigger is the “B” button while there’s an “A” button on the side of the gun. Plus there’s a Nunchuck attachment port in the butt of the gun.

Custom Desert Eagle may be the strangest Wii gun mod yet

Posted in Wii by Conner Flynn on January 5th, 2009

Custom Desert Eagle may be the strangest Wii gun mod yeteBay seller fordelite_76 is just brimming with confidence that you will bid and bid high on this auction for a custom Wii gun they created. I can tell, because he uses a lot of asterisks and the word AWESOME sandwiched in between. That’s confidence. And why not? “IT WORKS GREAT AND LOOKS BETTER THAN ANY OTHER WII GUN OUT THERE ..I HAVENT SEEN …”

Who could argue with that? It looks so realistic with the large white Wiimote attached bayonet style. I bet the thinking was that if you can’t frag your enemy from a distance, just approach and stab your TV Civil War style. Another strange thing is that in the pics the gun appears to be hardwired to the Wimote’s B button via a bent hanger wire that pulls the trigger. Now that’s craftsmanship.

Nerf Wii Blaster: a Wii gun that fires darts

Posted in Wii by Conner Flynn on February 14th, 2008

Nerf Wii Blaster
Nerf and the the Zapper now have a love child, thanks to a new partnership between Electronic Arts and Hasbro. They’ve revealed Nerf N-Strike for the Nintendo Wii and DS systems, along with a Wiimote-based Nerf blaster. Nerf’s Wii blaster isn’t the usual Nintendo Zapper clone. That’s because it doubles as a functional Nerf dart gun. Just stick the Wiimote in the Nerf gun grip and it becomes a game controller, or load it with a Nerf blaster module to fire foam darts at your friends.

The Nerf N-Strike games and the blaster are scheduled to ship in Fall 2008. There should be more details from Hasbro at next week’s Toy Fair in New York. Here’s an idea, maybe they can shove a Wiimote in a Nerf football and have it communicate with the Wii.


DIY Wii gun: Colt 45 Wiimote mod

Posted in Wii by Conner Flynn on February 3rd, 2008

DIY Wii gun: Colt 45 Wiimote mod
When going for that authentic game feel, sometimes it’s not enough to just slap your Wiimote into a fake plastic(And often silly looking) gun. We’ll, the modder that came up with this one obviously would agree. And he did something about it. He lovingly stuffed the Wiimote’s innards into a custom-built Colt .45 case.

Why settle for the Nyko pistol when you can have a Wii weapon that will actually get you shot by the police? Very nice job, but I have to wonder if they are a tad too much in love with the Wii for their own good. After all, it must have taken some serious time and geek devotion to complete this project. Those hours could have been spent playing, with any off hours devoted to the search for some geek goddess who might actually understand their obsession. So goes the familiar tale of a geek and his passions…Truth is, sometimes they use guns to compensate for having a tiny Wiimote.

Wii Shark gun is the oddest Wii gun yet

Posted in Wii,Wii Accessories by Conner Flynn on December 28th, 2007

Wii Shark Gun controller accessoryThe Wii shark gun may just be one accessory too many. Does it jump the shark? Probably. I think the packaging says it all, showing a tough U.S. soldier in uniform aiming this thing at the target. Then in the lower right we see the typical James Bond like silhouette. Apparently the world loves this gun. I especially like the “Playing easily. Playing happily.” slogan. They left out, “Looking like a tool”.

You stick your Wiimote on the top, then hook up your Nunchuck to the shark’s ass and then get ready for hours of fun. I guess if you were actually playing a game that involved sharks it might not be so bad. If you absolutely have to have every Wii accessory, $10 is a fair price to pay for aiming a shark at your TV.

Projector gets strapped to a Wii-gun

Posted in DIY by Conner Flynn on May 13th, 2010

Man, try not to get sick watching the video below. This projector strapped to a Wii-gun is pretty damn cool. It comes from Nirav Patel, who decided to take first-person shooting to the next level. He has combined a Wiimote Zapper, a handheld ShowWX laser projector and a gyrometer to display a screen wherever the Zapper is pointing.

Patel calls it a “glasses-free virtual reality first-person shooter,”. With it, he can look around and navigate the game-world just by moving the Zapper and using its joystick. Right now the game is running off of Patel’s laptop, with his controller tethered to it. Oh and he’s wearing the laptop on his back. I would love to see where else he can take this.

Wii And PS3 Sniper Gun Controllers

Posted in Wii Accessories by Conner Flynn on January 11th, 2010

If the standard guns are not hardcore enough for your Nintendo Wii or Sony PS3 gaming experience, try one of these sniper guns from CTA Digital. Recently shown off at CES, these weapons will give you a more realistic feel while in your game.

The PS3 model looks like an AK-47, while the Wii model just looks like what it is, crap plastic. The Wii version uses a Wiimote and Wii Motion Plus attachment, while the PS3 version uses its own built-in joystick, D-pad, and works on it’s own.


Dark Ops Wii light gun

Posted in Wii by Conner Flynn on March 12th, 2009

Dark Ops Wii light gunHere’s a Wii light gun that looks alien and lethal at the same time. The Dark Ops Wii Light Gun peripheral lets you kill on screen beings in style. We’ve seen our share of wii guns, but this one has a form factor that is a departure.

One major drawback is that it would be a pain to reach the D-pad. But at least it looks different compared to standard plastic Wii guns. It’s for people who want to play Wii games with alien looking guns for no real reason other than to look cool.

WeeP5 Gun is a Wii Zapper on steroids

Posted in Wii by Conner Flynn on December 27th, 2008

WeeP5 Gun is a Wii Zapper on steroidsHack-A-Day builder TheOreos took a very real looking toy version of the Heckler & Koch MP5 and outfitted it with a Wiimote. What he ended up with was this cleverly named and ultra realistic WeeP5 pictured above, lovingly displayed with some family photos.

He wanted to build a zapper with all the buttons exactly where he wanted them. Obviously he did a fantastic job, it looks awesome and apparently works pretty well. He’d better hide this thing really good when transporting it, so he doesn’t get the SWAT team surrounding him as he says “Say hello to my little friend” and gets filled with lead.

Thrustmaster Wii Glow Saber, Dual Trigger Gun accessories

Posted in Wii by Conner Flynn on September 27th, 2008

Thrustmaster Wii Glow Saber, Dual Trigger Gun accessoriesThrustmaster is getting in on the fake lightsaber game too with these Glow Sabers, which may arguably be the best take on the Wii lightsaber yet with their attention to detail. They actually resemble Jedi instruments of death.

The red and blue dueling Glow Sabers each have 17 LEDs and the Dual Trigger Gun comes complete with a Nunchuck holster. The Glow Saber 2-pack can be had right about now for $34.99, while the Dual Trigger Gun will be available shortly for $17.99. Pretty sweet deal.

WiiMax Light Gun with laser sight

Posted in Controllers by Darrin Olson on March 2nd, 2008

WiiMax Light Gun with Laser sight for the Nintendo WiiWii gun controllers seem to have come out of the woodwork as of late with a number of them incorporating both the Wii Remote and the Nunchuck into the gun.

Another one to add to the list is this WiiMax Wii Light Gun. It has a place to mount and utilize both the remote and Nunchuck but adds a laser pointer mounted on the top which is powered by it’s own set of AAA batteries and can be removed if you want to try some free-hand aiming.The gun also features a handle on the bottom that folds down to use it like a machine gun or folds up to make more like a short rifle.


Metallic Nintendo Wii Machine Gun

Posted in Wii,Wii Accessories by Conner Flynn on January 17th, 2008

Nintendo Wii Machine Gun
Another day, another Wii accessory. In fact, I am now making it a point to chronicle every Wii thing available for your enjoyment. If the Shark gun didn’t sink it’s teeth into your wallet, and the 8 in 1 Wii weapon kit didn’t give you enough weapons for in-game maximum Carnage, maybe this metallic Wii Machine gun is more up your alley.

It will transform your Wiimote and Nunchuk into a silver machine gun, detailed in black. The Wii Machine Gun measures 11.81 x 4.96 x 1.65 inches, weighs 10.86 oz and is available from DealExtreme for $16.54.

Wii Zapper-Like “Light Gun” From Brando

Posted in Controllers,Wii by Darrin Olson on September 11th, 2007

Wii 2 in 1 Light Gun from Brando uses both controllers in a tommy gun configurationIt looks like Brando might have beat Nintendo out of the gate with their own Wii controller “tommy gun” configuration. This Wii 2 in 1 Light Gun from Brando looks a lot like the Zapper that’s expected to be released by Nintendo in November, which will ship along with a Crossbow training game.

This version from Brando is available now and is listed at $18, $2 under the expected price of the Zapper but with no game. But, unfortunately we’re still going to have to wait a little longer for the Wii games to come out that take advantage of this plastic mold.

Wii Classic Controller Pro goes gold for GoldenEye 007

Posted in Wii Accessories by Conner Flynn on August 11th, 2010

Even when we play the new consoles, we all love old school controllers right? And when it comes to playing GoldenEye 007 this is the way it was meant to be played. If you don’t want to use a wiimote, check out this gold Classic Controller Pro. The limited edition controller is your standard Wii Classic, just the same color as 007′s Golden Gun.

It will ship later this year inside of a “Classic Edition” game/accessory bundle for $69.99. We aren’t sure if it will be available as a standalone peripheral, but since you are buying the game anyway, who cares? You only live twice.

MoProUSA unveils Wiimote pistols

Posted in Wii Accessories by Conner Flynn on February 25th, 2010

As a Wii owner you certainly have your choice of guns to choose from. But these are pretty good looking. Everything is still in prototype form, but it’s impressive. MoProUSA is looking to create a new range of gaming pistols, including one that requires no Wiimote and Nunchuk to operate.

The Duel Pro is modeled from a replica pistol, and has the guts of a Wii controller and Nunchuk inside. There’s also an analog nub on each side that lets you switch from one hand to the other. A color-changing LED is positioned on the rear for instant feedback.

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