Similar to the various control schemes available in Nintendo's Super Smash Bros. Brawl (Wii), Mario Kart Wii will allow gamers to race with the new motion-based Wii Remote controls, but will also support GameCube controllers, Nintendo's classic controller peripheral and the Wii Remote and Nunchuk.
The news will no doubt come as a relief to those looking forward to the latest in Nintendo's long-running kart racer series while dreading the notion of waggling in lieu of traditional controls.
Fire up the Wii! With Smash Bros and this and I still haven't played Mario Galaxy even though I bought it I'll be busy with that for a long time. :P
Dude, start Galaxy tonight.