Johnbhoy69 wrote:I used to be all about the Nintendo consoles,I have the Snes (still works after 20 years) The N64 and The Gamecube...but when I saw the graphics on the Wii and the amount of childish games I decided to seek my gaming fix elsewhere. As a mature Gamer (Im 26) The Xbox360 was the only console that stood out. Ill admit in recent months Ive been tempted to pick up a cheap Wii as I have noticed it has some great JRPG's and the Xbox's lineup is pretty lackluster in that department. Couldn't care less about getting a Wii U... as it seems Nintendo are a generation behind in terms of Console power and just rely on gimmicks.
Rewave Acid wrote:I know this site is completely Xbox-biased, which is obviously fine, but it always surprises and disappoints me when people are so desperate for other technology to do badly. It just seems a very immature attitude to take, i'm sure everyone here has incredibly fond Nintendo memories from throughout their life, and to be smug at the fact they are suffering is unfair. Would anyone get any enjoyment out of football is Man Utd if they were the only football team?
msbhvn wrote:If you're a huge fan of Nintendo's major franchises, then a Wii should be a cheap way to have some fun. Be warned though, it will look terrible on a modern TV, even with the Component Video cable. Metroid Prime Trilogy, if you can get hold of a copy, is the best Wii game ever, IMO. It includes the two Gamecube MP games remixed for the Wiimote and Metroid Prime 3, which is the biggest, if not quite best, of the three. Mario and Zelda also had solid new series entries on the Wii.
Rewave Acid wrote:I know this site is completely Xbox-biased, which is obviously fine, but it always surprises and disappoints me when people are so desperate for other technology to do badly.
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