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Great new pictures of Wii from a Nintendo event in Spain.

The site is in spanish, however you can still take a good look at this great event that just took place recently in Spain. Nothing in these screens is really new, however the event looked out of this world. This link includes some nice pictures of exactly how small the Sensor Bar is and the Wiimote without its battery cover. Be sure to check out these great pictures!

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8:15 AM

That's the sensor bar? It's TINY! Cool pics, looks like it wasn't very crowded. One day I'll get into one of those events (yeah right).    



10:07 AM

That wii sports thing has good graphics considering its a cartoony game. Pretty cool. And OMG I never realized how small the Wii was. It's freakin tiny!    



5:44 PM

was that some kind of spanish E3 or something? and would it be possible to translate this page somehow, other than translating word by word? some of the stuff looks interesting and i would like to read about it. I think i may have a solution, actually now that i think of it. try going to www.freetranslation.com and there should be an option 'translate website' or something like that then just enter the URL of the site.    



1:28 PM

Woah, those are some great pics! I like how they had all the wiimotes lined up and stuff. I still wonder how the retro games controller will work but it looks cool! OMG the wiimote's bigger than a micro o_0    



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