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Quick! Lock That Wii Up

...And by lock up, I mean lock yourself to it and play it all day.

I have nothing but unadulterated admiration for the Wii, as evidenced in my review and video, but some players have reported stories of less than glorious gaming accidents that occurred when they weren't wearing the Wii's wrist strap. So how can we protect our bodies from getting bruised and TV screens from being shattered?

Karunga from devised a fail proof security method. Handcuff your Wii to your hand. It may be a little extreme, but at least you won't end up looking like this poor woman.

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mcewen mcewen 10 years
That's a good plan -should save having to use one of those 'bleepers' to track it down after you've left it somewhere. cheers dears
boredatwork boredatwork 10 years
Oh yes, we bought extra straps...I first scoffed at the looong warning when you first go to play something, but darnit if I don't forget to attach myself to the Wiimote every time.
esk4 esk4 10 years
I'll have to reccomend that to people... I've heard a few stories about Wii wrist straps breaking...
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