Spare a thought for Simon Le Bon is a Wii game idea that Jim Sterling wished to pitch to Reggie Fils-Aime or Shigeru Miyamoto during one year at E3. Using the unique Wii controls, the game would have the player place various objects into Simon Le Bon's mind to make him think about them; you would score points for making him think about good things, like Fabergé eggs and sausages, and you would lose points for making him think about bad things, like spiders.

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