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Wii Are the World

I’ve read JD’s impressions, then Kris’ post, then I saw the commercial embedded in the TiVo. Now I want a Nintendo Wii. This comes from someone who hasn’t played a home videogame system since the Atari 2600. It looks like Nintendo’s doing the right thing by appealing to a broader audience who aren’t into the hardcore gaming scene — and those interactive controllers look like tons of fun. I’m not typical, but I prefer simple and engaging gameplay over fancy-shmancy graphics — and first-person games make me dizzy. As a bonus, I love the console’s creamy, Mac-like design. Maybe it’s time to save some pennies and wait a year or so for the price to lower (I didn’t say I wanted it now).

3 Thoughts on “Wii Are the World

  1. Andrew Dupuy on December 9, 2006 at 6:26 pm said:

    The Wii is a lot of fun. There aren’t too many games out as of yet but Zelda is amazing and hard to put down. I stay up some nights till 3 in the morning. My boyfriend is obsessed with Wii Sports Tennis where you use the Wii-mote as if you’re holding an actual tennis raquet.

  2. It’s totally worth getting. I’m 30 and not a video game person, and I’m loving it lots.

    Awesome blog, by the way.

  3. Thanks, NB. I’ve been reading your blog ever since Gael at Pop Culture Junk Mail linked to it. Lisa Whelchel is such a fascinating/creepy person!

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