While gamers in Europe and America will have to wait until an undisclosed time in 2008, Japan has already been getting Wii Fit.
The Nintendo Wii game, which was released in the region on December 1, has proved to be a smash hit--and has sold more than 1 million copies since its release date, reports Nikkei Net.
The Wii Fit game comes with the Wii Balance Board, which gamers stand on. Sensors then detect their movements and translate them into the games. Various types of exercises are available, including yoga, balancing, and calisthenics. Gamers can also use the board to calculate their BMI, as Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime demonstrated at last year's E3.
Wii Fit costs ¥8,800 ($81) in Japan, and includes a Wii Balance Board.