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  • I believe if some of the bigger gaming industries were to pick up the Nintendo Wii and begin developing some games that really utilizes its strengths then I believe the Wii would do a lot better against the other consoles

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      I first purchased the Nintendo Wii the day it came out in Australia and my first impression was a good one. The Wii has many fun features and it is certainly enjoyable to play but the one thing it lacks is some decent game

      developers.

      Even now after being released for over a year it still hasn’t got one solid title to its name with the exception of Zelda.

      Also for a next Gen console it lacks the performance capabilities of either the X-box 360 or the Playstation 3.

      I believe if some of the bigger gaming industries were to pick up the Nintendo Wii and begin developing some games that really utilizes its strengths then I believe the Wii would do a lot better against the other consoles.

      All in all ...


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      I rank the Wii very highly and I look forward to seeing where it goes in the future.

      As for now though I am content just playing with special features the console has related to the internet and mini games it has built in.

      The ability to also back play games from the Game Cube, Nintendo 64, and Snes is also a great feature that I am having a lot of fun.

      It’s also notable that you can watch YouTube videos through it on the TV and control it wirelessly with the Wii remote.




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