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As we were making fun of Joytech for some of their more offensive accessory offerings, we bet that you had no idea the company was actually a subsidiary of Take-Two. Well, that's your fact for the day, a new wrinkle for your brain. ... Ooh, actually, wait, you need to go ahead and forget that fact. ...

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September 7, 2007 at 10:30AM
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So while Wii fans wait around for the promised "Zapper Style" Wiimote shell (a.k.a. "The Blaster"), peripherals big shot Joytech has snuck onto the scene with a similar product called the Sharp Shooter. The lack of details on Joytech's site means all we know is that "the Sharp Shooter brings Wii s...

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As we wait to see the final model of Nintendo's Wii Blaster, peripheral manufacturer Joytech is showing off the Sharp Shooter. The Sharp Shooter combines the nunchuk with the Wiimote. No word yet if this is the same method the Wii Blaster will use to form the gun, but it does raise questions about t...

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While one could just go ahead and mod their Wiimote into a gun, Joytech is set to offer gamers a less permanent solution for their needs. Dubbed the Sharp Shooter, this little thingamabob allows one to take their Wiimote and nunchuk, confine them into this gun-like apparatus and then go ahead an...

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If your George Foreman Taco black mirror Spider-Man device is getting a little too warm for your comfort (possibly heating up your room a teensy little bit), then you might want to look into some cooling options. One option is to stick a small fan behind the system, set it on high, and hope that you...

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We've been waiting a while for this Wii-charge station to save us from the Wiimotes vampiric treatment of batteries and now she's out. Nyko's charge station is currently a Gamestop exclusive and will be available at other retailers mid-April. Apparently this is a good deal for Gamestop because curre...

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If you're like us, you've essentially forestalled any and all social responsibilities as of November 19th, 2006. That also means that, if you're like us, you've spent an additional bazillion dollars on those accursed double-A alkaline batteries. Where, Nintendo, are our rechargeables? Well, it seems...

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Joytech is preparing a Wii Remote docking station with built-in charger for an early 2007 release. While we could care less about the company's plastic rackets -- although the second definition of "racket" is fitting -- we're interested in this disposable-battery replacement. We expected Nintendo to...

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JoyTech's no stranger to the Wii accessory scene, and the firm is hitting us up once more with its Wii PowerStation. As the title implies, this docking unit can safely house two Hattori Hanzo swords potentially dangerous Wiimotes, and comes stocked with twin rechargeable battery packs to save you th...

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With a controller as add-on-friendly as Nintendo's Wiimote, we knew it was just a matter of time before peripheral makers everywhere hopped on the sure-to-be-overcrowded bandwagon of completely unnecessary adornments. That sleek, handheld device we once knew and loved will soon become the literal c...

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As with any new console, third parties have begun their attempt to flood the market with silly accessories and "conveniences" for proud new Wii owners. Accessories are probably the single most profitable category (in terms of return on investment) in the video game industry, and big names like Peli...

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Yeah, we've seen plenty of LCDs haphazardly attached to about every recent console out there in hopes of creating a portable system of sorts, but we're not sure they've ever looked quite as ridiculous as this 9.2-incher from JoyTech. Sure, 9.2-inches is a decent bit of display as far as these set...

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