Reviews of Nintendo Wii Games & Hardware
Reviews of games, hardware and accessories for Nintendo's Wii console games system.
Published on: bloguedegeek.net
Nintendo a récemment lancé en grande pompe une révision de la très populaire Nintendo DS. Nintendo a choisi de les mettre en vente d’est en ouest (Japon, Australie, Europe et Amérique du Nord) ce qui est plutôt inhabituel, car l’ordre préconiser va en fonction de la taille du marché (Japon, Amérique du Nord, Europe et Australie). Bien heureusement, quelques jours se sont écoulés entre chaque destination, mis à part du Japon qui a bien évidemment le premier choix au repêchage!
Published on: electronicsme.com
For those of you lucky enough to around in the mid-eighties and play the original Nintendo Entertainment System, you would understand what I mean when I say, I never thought it could fun again to use a controller with less than at least 12 or 14 buttons. Enter the Nintendo Wii, where it’s not buttons that make Mario jump, but motion rather that keeps him alive.
In the past it has been tough to find, but you don’t need to hire a professor of archeology to find this treasure anymore. Available in most stores these days, the Wii is a viable option for anyone looking for a gaming console, limited budget or not, young or old, it has found what everyone is looking for and if you haven’t tried it out yet, you are truly missing out.
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Published on: gamespot.com
I would so play this if I had a Wii.
Published on: productsifter.com
The console originally codenamed "Revolution" has delivered just that. Ignore the daft name and get your hands a games machine unlike any other. With its superb motion-sensing controllers, wallet-friendly price and....
Published on: reviews.digitaltrends.com
If you're an HDTV-owning home theater enthusiast who puts surround sound capability, eye-popping technological pizzazz, Blu-ray/DVD support and on-demand access to downloadable music and video content above base game play, this is the point where you can officially stop reading. Beg, plead, whine, cheat, steal from some poor teen who preordered the unit, even. Whatever it takes to get the job done, the system you're looking to lay hands-on this year is the PlayStation 3. However, should you be a longtime hobbyist chagrined by the industry's recent focus on cookie-cutter sequels, a gaming neophyte intrigued by this growing interactive entertainment fad, a fan of all-time great franchises like Mario and Zelda or simply an everyday admirer with a passing interest in the subject matter, we've got some good news. The Wii is your console of choice, and just the sort of eye-opening kick in the pants the biz has been desperately in need of for, oh, roughly the last half-decade or so.