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Old 14-07-2009   #1
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Simulated Walking for the Wii!! :|

Yesiree, in addition to simulated work outs and hair styling, soon Wii owners
can simulate walking! Brought to you by Konami, 'Walk it Out' will bring walking outdoors to you.







Can Wii developers make a bigger caricature of themselves and the Wii?
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Old 14-07-2009   #2
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Next step the wii simulates eating and driving and everything you can possibly think of and guess what, you never have to leave your house again. If only they can make a virutal me that can go to school and work for me, then ill be happy lol.
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Old 14-07-2009   #3
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The only way this could ever be worth even a penny is for wanting to walk during winter, especially Canadian winters. Also rainy days? Even so this is stupid. It's a waste of development time and money.
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Old 14-07-2009   #4
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Oh boy, soon the very objective of the Wii making you active will backfire, if you can do all of this is your house, why in the world would you ever leave and if you could play it on the classic controller, you have a worse couch potato then you would have on the 360 and PS3. Can't see this being a big seller, most people will say, I think I'll go for a walk for free, not pay good money to say they are doing it virtually.
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Old 14-07-2009   #5
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Well in AZ its 115 during the day and like 100 at night lol, so its kinda hard to go for walks out of the blue. However just looking at the few screens provided, the graphics are like all other wii games and are sub par standards. If it was on the PS3 at least the game would look as realistic as possible and actually have a reason to do it.
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Well around in dead summer, people are staying inside by the time it hits 30 degrees Celsius with humidex since summers here are extremely humid making it feel hotter where Arizona is dry heat and by the end of July it can almost hit 40 degrees with humidex, which is only 86 degrees Fahrenheit to 104 degrees according to my Internet conversion so 115 equals about 46 degrees Celsius. So maybe in those kinds of climates you might have a bit of appeal, but really, you are going to walk virtually with graphics that rival Sims games, woohoo.
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Not during summer months. Monsoon season it gets humid hear too. The sad part of it is lately its been getting humid and windy (a very hot wind that burns your face lol) but has yet to rain. So instead of at least enjoying a day of rain we just get the concisquences. Ive been in humid areas that are aalso hot though, that sucks just as bad lol.
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Well right now it's not sucking, it's staying around 20-25 (68-77 Fahrenheit) degrees Celsius with plenty of wind and low humidity and it's supposed to stay like this for at least the next 7 days although after that it's supposed to hit around 30 degrees Celsius, which is around normal for this time of year. Took at look at Arizona's forecast too, makes me glad I live up here, above 40 degrees Celsius for at least the next 4 to 5 days, now if only winters didn't drop to -30 degrees Celsius before windchill here (or -22 degrees Fahrenheit).
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Well right now it's not sucking, it's staying around 20-25 (68-77 Fahrenheit) degrees Celsius with plenty of wind and low humidity and it's supposed to stay like this for at least the next 7 days although after that it's supposed to hit around 30 degrees Celsius, which is around normal for this time of year. Took at look at Arizona's forecast too, makes me glad I live up here, above 40 degrees Celsius for at least the next 4 to 5 days, now if only winters didn't drop to -30 degrees Celsius before windchill here (or -22 degrees Fahrenheit).

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So far this summer hasn't been hot at all eh. At least in South Eastern Ontario I find. It's actually kind of disappointing :(
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It definitely hasn't been as hot as usual, I don't mind it though, especially since I don't have AC where I live which is also in the Southeastern region of Ontario, I'm only about 45 minutes away to the beaches in Cobourg, though I have yet to have a reason to go there because of the below average temperature. Makes it easy to go outside and not feel like your boiling out there.
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Well in AZ its 115 during the day and like 100 at night lol, so its kinda hard to go for walks out of the blue. However just looking at the few screens provided, the graphics are like all other wii games and are sub par standards. If it was on the PS3 at least the game would look as realistic as possible and actually have a reason to do it.
The graphics arent great but sometimes I find this cartoony stuff charming in it's own right, I think a more Cartoony PS HOME would've been an improvement over what we've got now
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