The controller used with the Nintendo Wii console.
Is able to sense motion on all three axis and can be expanded on with use of such wiimote add-ons as the analog nunchuk, the classic controller, and the wii zapper lightgun.
The wiimote also contains force feedback, a speaker, and 6kb of "non-volitile" memory.
The Wii Console comes with, Wii Sports, one wiimote, and one nunchuk attachment
Used in fighting games to describe a match between two of the same character.
During a mirror match the first player most commonly plays with the character's primary costume or outfit. The computer or second player's character wears an alternate outfit which can be an entirely different costume or a slightly off shaded version of the origianl
Sub-Zero faced off against Sub-Zero in the mirror match before the final endurace matches in Mortal Kombat