The Nintendo Wii

Posted on 26th August 2007 by nic

For generations gaming has always been about the single child playing on his system day in day out. They plays for hours hunched over the controller while they shoots enemies or continues his quest to save the princess.

But things have changed and I now introduce to you the Nintendo Wii. The Wii is unique in so many ways. You no longer have to play games with your standard controller and analog stick, you now have a much snazzier and unique controller to play with. It has the most advanced motion sensing technology available to gaming and Nintendo has taken full advantage of this with it’s system.

The Wii has built in Wi-Fi and delivers free online services and gameplay. It is compatible with all Nintendo Gamecube games and is the most appealing console at it’s price.

As you turn the Wii on you are presently created and you instantly come to realise that this system is fun for all. To optimize your fun on the Wii you have to try multiplayer action. Kids of all ages and even the Granny will love the Wii, non stop laughs are guaranteed. Every part of the Wii is full of fun. Even the fundamental stuff like creating a profile will prove to be fun as you try to recreate yourself as a character. Once you start playing the games you will soon realise that the remote is truly unique and the actions are so real. I have said this before but no other console has ever dared to create a dedicated motion based console and pulled it off. The swipe of the control is never delayed and the actions are crisp.

But the Nintendo Wii’s combination of motion sensitivity and fun gameplay along with the ultra affordable price will keep the money conscious gamer very pleased. The Nintendo Wii is a console for all to enjoy and is the most unique console on the market. In all the Wii gaming experience is one to be had by people of all ages and the Nintendo Wii is pack with full family fun. We have said this before and we will say it again, The Nintendo Wii is a real party starter that will keep you partying in the early hours of the morning.

So have fun and happy gaming.

2 Comments »

  1. happy says:

    how do you put in the wii point card in the wii game system

    Posted on December 25, 2008, 6:18 pm

  2. admin says:

    Hi,

    access the Wii shop from your console (you need internet access) and follow the instructions.

    Posted on December 27, 2008, 9:47 am

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