Toy Quest Entertainment, [has] launched Spider-Man 2 Web Action Video Gaming System, which has Spider-Man mirroring a child's movements on the TV screen using sensors strapped on the child's wrist and ankles.
Apparently, this is meant to encourage children to engage in more physical activity while playing video games, rather than just plopping on the couch and remaining immobile for 2-3 straight hours ... Interesting concept, but I daresay the Nintendo Power Pad this ain't.
Alessandro "Hercules" Boondy
Just so you guys know: 75% of this crap [you read on the internet] is made up, either by the writer, or the wrestler the writer is getting the dirt from. Just so you know. -- Statement by "Tammy Sytch", from Hyatte's Dec. 29th column ... Lest we forget.
I'm not sure why this is even a good idea even from a business sense. Why would anyone buy a game where you can be rewarded with spring break videos if you do well when you can just buy the spring break videos and bypass the sucky game element?