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Nintendo Wii
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Nintendo Wii

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Nintendo Wii Game Console

Sound & Vision Magazine
3 November 2013
  • Excerpt: Nintendo's follow-up to their popular GameCube—number three in the Big Three consoles of the previous generation—is the Wii (pronounced "we"), which represents a very different approach from SCEA's and Microsoft's next-gen gaming offerings.
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A Look Into Wii - Nintendo Wii review

Elite Bastards
25 March 2012
  • Conclusion: The Wii is a interesting little console. It has the potential to be something big, but it also has the potential to fail in the long term. What happens with that remains to be seen. The Wii console itself however does what it was intended to do. It's small, pretty, cheap, fun and easy to use.
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GameStop
4 June 2011
  • Excerpt: When i First Got iT It was fine but after a while it got really boring Please If You Want I Wii Dont Get It Its Not Worth It Any More Wait For The Wii U Or Get a 360 or PS3
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GameStop
21 October 2010
  • Excerpt: fun for a week then its noting i woud sell it for 10 bucks
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NINTENDO WII - The 2009 review

recensionivere.net
7 October 2009
  • Excerpt: What is the point about the Wii, a console out 3 years ago? I think this is the question that many of you will arise and to which you must answer before proceeding. The first reason is that it continues to be advertised, therefore continues to be presented to an audience whose only reference point...
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Nintendo Wii

best4reviews.com
3 September 2008
  • Summary: The Wii is the coming together of years of research (initially conceived after the GameCube release), innovation and good solid well thought out design. Not only does it do everything it's supposed to, it has the possibility to grow in the future.
  • Pros: Fashionable white styling, offset by cool grey stand. The packaging it came in was well thought out and instructions simple and easy to follow. The Wii Sports game will train you to the ways of Wii effortlessly and continues to be a fun package long after you've discovered other games. The blueto...
  • Cons: The controllers take a bit of getting used to and for those of us with big hands would benefit from wider spacing between buttons as unintentional presses at key moments can be more than a little annoying. While the Wii doesn't play DVD's, something which would cement it into the living room expe...
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Overall 8
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Wii Sports

Strategy Informer
25 August 2008
  • Conclusion: Sports. While the visuals may tend to indicate that Wii Sports is more of a tech demo than anything else... it's a load of fun to play, especially with friends.
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Back in Black

Gear Patrol
18 August 2008
  • Excerpt: Who doesn’t have a soft-spot for the Wii, or Nintendo for that matter? The fact that there are few impromptu party formulas better than Booze+Women+Wii (in that order) is likely to blame.
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8.5

Wii

AskMen.com
15 July 2008
  • Summary: In November 2006, Nintendo released its fifth-generation console, the Wii. The video game company took a major risk when it eschewed graphical power and groundbreaking online capabilities for gameplay and control innovations.
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8.0

Nintendo Wii Game Console Video Review

3dGameMan.com
1 July 2008
  • Summary: The Nintendo Wii Game Console is all the rage, but it's not about the high definition graphics. What everyone is getting so excited about is the gameplay. This game console literally puts you in the game. It's a tremendous amount of fun, especially with two or more players.
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