so many people here are writing about it, and I don't know it. That must change.
What is Wii?
Wii is a Nintendo Game System. I've never played it but I've seen commercials for it and it looks really fun. It's not like a regular game system because you actually have to stand up to play and stuff.....iunno.
It's pure untainted joy in a box. That's what it is. XD
Well, actually, it's a game console, but the controler is unique, instead of just button mashing, there are less buttons, and it's shaped like a remote. And you can point it at the screen like a pointer, or you can twist it and shake it and it senses that and the game reacts to it. It's really cool. You don't nessisacrally have to stand up to play. It depends on the game. (I can play Twilight Princess fine while sitting down, but it's a lot harder to play games like bowling or golf while sitting.)
You can go to Wii.com. There are like, videos and stuff. =3
Everything you need to know about the Nintendo Wii:
1) It's the first video game console to feature wireless remotes as it's controllers.
2) The remotes are used to perform actions that usually will perform the same action in the game!
3) The games require much more than just twiddling thumbs. You actually have to stand to play most games!
4) It is the most insanely fun console ever made!
(that's an opinion, not a fact).
If you need more infomation or if you'd like to see actual videos of people playing it, then yes, go to wii.com.
"You wasted life, why wouldn't you waste death?"
thanks! now I know a bit more.
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I had the shekels put aside to get it for xmas
ended up getting a 360 instead =P
Putting the HEAD back into Hedonism
It's cute how you believe in things. - Slither
It is a wonderfull system, that is sheer fun in a box. Too bad two of my friends already have concussions from them.
V is the bomb, he blows with anarchy!!!
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