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THE HISTORY OF THE WII: PALACE REVOLUTION IN KYOTO

Thomas Pillon



 

The moment is historic: this morning of May 17, 2005, by extracting from its inner pocket a first prototype of what is still called the "Revolution" to offer it to the eyes of the spectators present in the Kodak Theater of Los Angeles, Nintendo president Satoru Iwata puts an end to months of speculation surrounding the Japanese company's future home console.


Six months after its release, the Wii console is still not found in stores. An indication of the unparalleled success that the Nintendo machine will meet, which will bring the family audience around the brand that it has always targeted. The cause ? Its revolutionary motion-sensing controller, the Wiimote. Ten years after the Wii was machine-gunned with flashes on this Californian spring morning, the console became the fifth medium to exceed the symbolic threshold of one hundred million copies sold worldwide. Fruit of all the passions, the Nintendo console will concentrate in only six years of active marketing a myriad of phenomena as we only observe very rarely in this still so young medium that is the video game.

 

PUBLICATION DETAILS

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BINDING

EDITION

ISBN

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French

Hardcover

9782377843046

2021

224

French

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N/A

2021

224

OTHER NAMES

  • L’HISTOIRE DE LA WII. RÉVOLUTION DE PALAIS À KYOTO

 

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