NSFW: Nintendo Wishes They Could Advertise Like This

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Really Not Safe For Work: Unless your boss doesn’t mind seeing naked women on your monitor at any give point in the day then I am warning you that this video contains scenes of nudity that will not go down in the common workplace, you have been warned.

Ok, on to the video. Most of you know about the video of some dudes girlfriend playing Wii Fit in her underwear took the entire world by storm, for no real reason whatsover. What the heck is so great about some random woman shaking her hips in her living room, dressed in some bog standard underwear and a shirt?

Well, that’s what the guys from ZOO magazine thought as well, so in a move that is quite strange to say the least, they got a hold of a model, and convinced her to play Wii Fit topless so that they could film it. There is pretty much no shame to this, they literally just get her to play and point the camera directly at her breasts.

This movie isn’t fresh on the internet either, and has actually been out there for quite a while now, which leaves me quite surprised that I hadn’t ever heard of it. How many of you have seen it already?

Link and more after the jump.

Heck, you would think that people would be throwing the link at each other left right and centre, everyday for years, for such is the way of the videogamer male.

I’m sure that Nintendo really wishes that they could do straightforward advertising like this, well, as if the Wii Fit hasn’t already sold enough.

The video can only be viewed on zootoday.com, so any of you who want to check it out can do so by clicking the link below.

Emma Frain Wii Fit Topless

Last Updated: May 7, 2009

Nick De Bruyne

Video games writer, editor and critic since '08. Living and breathing video games, movies and cars since the 80s. Follow me on Twitter if you love tons of gaming talk, and @pennyworthrevs for fun stuff and links.

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