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The Wii was a very important console for Nintendo as it brought the Japanese company back to the top after the declining performance of the N64 and the GameCube. However, his proposal focused on motion controls also earned him some recognition as the most dangerous, due to the accidents involving the use of the Wiimote. Many years have passed since the debut of the Wii, but for the actor who plays Shazam it remains a painful memory.
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actor of Shazam! had an accident with his Wii
Video games are a topic of conversation in different sectors and many celebrities have expressed their love for gaming. During a recent interview with IMDB (via GameRant) actor Zachary Levi, star of Shazam! He remembered his taste for video games but also revealed an episode that he lived with a Wii. According to the actor, he bought the Wii shortly after its release and immediately started playing with the included title, Wii Sports.
“The excitement of the launch of his new console and its proposal for motion controls made him not notice the objects around him. Then, while celebrating a game of Tennis mode, Levi made a movement with his arm very open and accidentally hit a lamp”
However, the excitement of the premiere of his new console and his proposal for motion controls made him not notice the objects around him. Then, while celebrating a game of Tennis mode, Levi made a move with his arm wide open and accidentally hit a lamp. The result? A visit to the hospital emergency room and a suture that required 14 stitches.
Speaking of the Wii and the game that came with it, a few months ago Reggie Fils-Aimé revealed that this package that ultimately became a hit was the product of a fight with Shigeru Miyamoto. What happened was that the Japanese creative did not agree that a game was “given away” with the console because Nintendo did not “give away” its software. The proposal was also rejected by Satoru Iwata and both shared the idea that a demo of Wii Sports It’d be enough. Despite this, Reggie managed to get away with it and the decision was successful.
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