Shinobii Xcross Remote for Wii

Shinobii Technologies release the Xcross Remote, an alternative to current Wii Remote  for Nintendo Wii.  The remote is designed with a wide direction pad, offers  sensitive action buttons, built-in speaker, comes in black color and is compatible with all classic, nunchuk controllers.


The remote comes with a FREE wrist strap and silicone sleeve to help you maintain your grip on the controller.

Shinobii Xcross Remote

Xcross Remote will be available  in Europe mid February for €29.95.

Shinobii Xcross Remote

Xcross Remote – Main features

  • Fully compatible with all Wii hardware
  • Accelerometer for full motion control
  • Wide direction pad – Better control
  • Wireless play-range up to 5m
  • Built-in speaker and vibration
  • Compatible with the Wii motionplus accessory
  • Powered by 2xAA batteries (not included)
  • Includes a FREE silicon sleeve and wrist strap for optimal grip

Shinobii Xcross Remote

Source: Shinobii

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