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Yeah, I see your point, I don't play that much, but I'd still get into the game if I have the chance. And I think it's not that much about the console, but the game. Some games are easier than others. And I'd only like playing games on the Wii the classic way with just a joystick, though some require the... Nunchucks? Whatever they are called.
Isn't Wii for family and kids?
It's marketed to all age groups, that's the point of it anyways.
I thought the main focus was on kids with the games. Played Mario Party or whatever, it was pretty cool. Smash Bros? Four characters are on a flying carpet (ALADDIN? ) and apparently in a haunted house.
No, the look and play of it looks like it's for kids, though. Cartoon-y, childish, and etc.
I DON'T CARE THO. Wii still looks awesome.
And other Motion-Control systems don't look like they're for kids?
I'm just saying that it might look that way because Nintendo's goal with the Wii was to make it as accessible to as many people as possible, including kids.
How are they not for kids? Kids would love that sorta shit.
I know, but most games look like it's for kids.
I meant games for Kinect of Playstation Move.
Maybe, there are probably a lot less M-rated games on the Wii than other systems. Sorry, I'm a Nintendo fanboy, despite not owning a Wii, but whenever I heard someone calling the company "kiddy" I want to punch them.
But I can't agree with that sentiment...
I don't know, I played Wii few times but it didn't excite me. I had PS3 and Xbox 360 but I still loved the PC. May be its because I hardly play anything but COD anymore.
Prove otherwise, then. I love Nintendo as well, have a history with it.
I used to have almost all the nintendo releases before Wii hit the market. It is not hardcore enough for me to love it.
Last edited by thornofcarrion; April 18, 2012 at 12:28 AM.