The Wii has been become the go-to gaming system in many households and for good reason. They make a ton of games geared for kids, plus it doesn't look half bad sitting out in the open. But when we saw the release for this new Baby and Me game, where you place the Wii-mote inside the doll itself, we were left on the fence—is it creepy, or cool?
The good news is, you have awhile to decide. The game, we mean doll, no game... is set to release next month in Australia. There are mixed reviews from critics, with parents weighing in to say it's a fun idea, and those without children can't imagine anything more creepy.
The baby reacts to motions by giggling, gurgling or crying through the Wii-mote, needs to be fed, put to sleep (not in the trip to the veterinarian's office kind of way), claps, burps and has the need to learn to walk. All of which, sound like the things you would do with a normal doll, just without a Wii-more shoved inside it.
So we're asking you to weigh in, would you like to see it come to the US because it's the best thing since sliced bread? Or keep it down under because it's too creepy for words? Let us know in the comments below!
(Image: Aussie Nintendo)