At Nintendo World patrons could see the Wii’s box art and disc art on the games. One thing interesting is the packaging of the Wii remote shows that it doesn’t come alone. The extra Wii remote comes packaged with Hajimete no Wii: First Step to Wii. Similar to Wii Sports Hajimete no Wii is a collection of mini games. One game called “Find Mii” has people hunt down Mii characters like Where’s Waldo. Other games include billiards and laser hockey. It is a fair bonus that makes the price of a new Wiimote much more reasonable. The package costs 4,800 yen ($40) and a single Wii remote without the game runs for 3,800 yen ($32). While Hajimete no Wii (also known as Wii Play) is coming to Japan and Europe no announcement about the title has been made for North America.