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The biggest Wii peripheral released: Cyberbike

The biggest Wii peripheral released: Cyberbike

by Hassan AhmedOctober 13, 2009


Over the years, we’ve had many Wii peripherals, from both first and third parties. They included the Wii Zapper, Guitar Hero guitars and drums, Wii Wheel, tennis rackets and baseball bats for Wii Sports, Wii Balance Board, and even NERF lightsabers. But the new Cyberbike peripheral from Bigben Interactive is definitely the one that will really make you consider how much space your Wii-related items should be taking up in your house.

The Cyberbike is a package with an exercise game and a full-sized exercise bike. The goal of the game? To rid the planet of pollution by riding over land, sea, and air. The game will release in Europe in January 2010, and there’s no word on a US release date yet. Personally, I think the best part about this (and maybe the only interesting part for some people) is that the Cyberbike is compatible with Mario Kart Wii. No word on pricing yet either.

[Via Kotaku]

About The Author
Hassan Ahmed
In June 2008, Hassan was offered a position at NintendoFuse, and he accepted it right away. He is a big Nintendo fan, and has owned every handheld since the Game Boy Color and every console since the Nintendo 64. Hassan's philosophy is very simple: "fun". He plays video games to escape from life for a while and just relax and enjoy. As a blogger, Hassan's focus is to provide the most detailed news articles and hands-on impressions that you will find anywhere. The more information that he can provide to the fans and readers, the better. And to further expand on his philosophy of fun and his detail-oriented goal, Hassan started up the NintendoFuse Podcast in September of 2009. Hassan has been blogging for NintendoFuse since June 2008, and he enjoys being a part of this wonderful community. He hopes to provide you with the latest and greatest Nintendo news and rumors, as well as hands-on impressions, with as much detail as possible to benefit the fans and readers.

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