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  • There are so many items in the box that I think it is possible to play every single game offered for the Nintendo Wii
  • The actual game play experience is pretty good
  • I suggest you keep extra batteries in the house if you are planning on buying the Nintendo Wii


    • by MisterTickle

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      I got the Nintendo Wii Holiday Bundle and it is the red edition. Just about the whole console is red. Not only that, the controllers are red too. I actually don’t care too much about the color red. I am more interested in the accessories that come with the Nintendo Wii. The price of this Nintendo Wii bundle was $299 at TigerDirect. When I got it home, I opened the box and found many accessories and equipment inside. There are boxing gloves, rackets, nun chucks and more. There are so many items in the box that I think it is possible to play every single game offered for the Nintendo Wii.

      I got the Nintendo Wii set up in a matter a minutes. The set up process is actually pretty simple. I simply needed to hook up a few wires to connect the Nintendo Wii to my


      TV and to a power source. This part is actually pretty easy. Then comes configuring the sensor, the controller, and the system settings. This took a while longer at roughly fifteen minutes. Then it came time to start enjoying the console.

      The Nintendo Wii is actually very small. This device doesn’t take up a lot of space. I would say that this device is about one fourth of the size of a Sony Blu-ray player. The Nintendo Wii fits perfectly in a cabinet. I only open the cabinet to install a new game to play. The Nintendo Wii is very basic, there are no extra features such as Blu-ray playing on the Nintendo Wii. However, one of the great things about the Nintendo Wii is that I can hook it to NetFlix. Netflix is an movie streaming service. I can stream unlimited movies for only $10 ...


      • per month. The other great thing about the Nintendo Wii is that is has many features once the Nintendo Wii is connected to the internet. I can get weather updates, and sports scores all on the Nintendo Wii.

        The actual game play experience is pretty good. I find that a few games do not work well with the Nintendo Wii console. For example, golfing on the Nintendo Wii is not as nice as playing tennis. For golfing, the controller is a lot harder to use than in other games. For example, when I swing my arms, the sensor cannot figure out speed and strength. The Nintendo Wii always seem to think I am hitting the ball extremely hard. When I do a simple wrist flick, I can get the golf ball in a good spot. This is very annoying so the game needs some work. Other

        games such as Mario Cart works very well. It gives a realistic experience and actually makes me believe I am behind a wheel. This is simply great. I find that the Nintendo Wii works very well with racing games. I do have to adjust the sensitivity once in a while, but other than that, it works great.

        I have seen people modify their Nintendo Wii and make it possible to burn games and play them on a home made disc. I can’t seem to figure how this works, but buying these games work as well. These games are actually not very expensive compared to the Xbox. Nintendo Wii games are roughly at $19.99 per game or so. One thing I do find annoying is when the controllers run out of battery. I suggest you keep extra batteries in the house if you are planning on buying the Nintendo Wii.




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