Baby And Me Special Edition For Wii Comes With Most Unnecessary Accessory Yet

Wii Baby And Me Special Edition (Images courtesy Aussie-Nintendo)
By Andrew Liszewski

Well it’s officially official. The whole Wii accessories fiasco can now be upgraded to an epidemic with the release of the special edition of Baby and Me which comes with an actual doll. With the Wiimote strapped to the little plastic bundle of joy gamers will be able to interact with the baby’s on-screen counterpart in a variety of different ways including:

Your baby reacts by giggling, gurgling or crying through the Wii remote
Ten Baby Mode games including feed baby & send baby to sleep
Eight Play Mode games including rattle, catch, clap & balloons
Balance Board support: rock baby to sleep, burp baby, teach baby to walk
Customise baby with new clothes, accessories and playrooms

And if you can’t find the special edition, since they’ll no doubt be flying off the shelves, the standard version of the game includes a holster so you can strap a Wiimote to an existing doll of your choice.

[ Aussie-Nintendo – Baby and Me special edition puts everything else to shame ] VIA [ GoNintendo ]

8 thoughts on “Baby And Me Special Edition For Wii Comes With Most Unnecessary Accessory Yet”

  1. I agree, it looks like bad photoshopping. Lower the purple hue please. So the remote is strapped onto the doll? So your holding a doll with a big Wii remote on it's chest… how is that a good accessory? There should be a port in the back to lock it in.

  2. OK, first I have to check on the supply and demand. Then based on availability I can buy up 10 or so, hold them until a week before Christmas and then sell them on Ebay for a 1000% markup.


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