More news from the Nintendo camp this week came in the form of its new Wii Speak accessory. The accessory allows voice communication for the first time, but it comes with one caveat: you can’t sell it.
The new Wii Speak comes with a unique code that will lock the device to the console that it’s first installed on. Essentially, if you buy one and don’t like it, too bad.
A few weeks ago, there was news that game publishers feel selling used games caused a loss for them in terms of sales. The argument was that if you resold a game that you
bought and paid for to own, it would be like taking away money from the publisher. Nintendo’s stance on the Wii Speak prevents owners from doing just that.
We want our money in our pockets, says Nintendo. Check out the full report here on Gizmodo