Summary: ahhhhh good old Nintendo. how do I love thee? Let me count the ways....well one for every year I have had one. Lets go back to October 1985, the release of the first NES. Nintendo started make recognition as a provider of quality, fun, revolutionary home console ideas. The Wii U, although off to a shaky start is finally starting to own its own in that role. It moved somewhat away from the popular (yet a little gimmicky) WiiMote system.
Summary: Great gaming system. Would be better if they had more mature games to keep up with the Xbox one and PS 4. I enjoy playing the old school games like Mario Bros and super metroid. I also lIke that some games are backwards compatible so they don't go to waste.
Summary: It is a fun system, no doubt. The Gamepad is nice for when you want to play but someone is occupying the television. Online play has been overally pretty smooth and their eStore has plenty to buy, even the newer titles if you just want the electronic version. Online video streaming is limited to Netflix, Amazon Video and some other Anime service. Don't expect it to handle any other discs except those intended for the system (No DVD's or Blu-ray's).
The only disappointment was that the games are pre-installed and there are ...
Zachary L., Amazon
16 January 2015
Summary: The only disappointment was that the games are pre-installed and there are no discs. The label in the picture on-line is different from the one I received. I think it's a great product, but I was hoping that the actual game discs would be included.
Summary: This is the new Wii game system and allows multiple users IN THE SAME ROOM to all play together and at once. The Mario Kart game is great fun, kids driving and racing and beating parents. Also HIGHLY recommend Wii Party. Silly little games that encourages family fun and alainaces and competition. My daughters and I play both and love them.