Nintendo Wii

Posted on 18 July 2010

So what’s new with the Nintendo Wii?? It’s unique motion – sensitive gameplay options as well as it’s fabulous designs and performance, making it one of the most sought after game consoles in the market, especially since it costs just $19, which apparently is much lesser than the other game consoles.

The Nintendo Wii has built in Wi-Fi, free online services, and compatibility with almost all GameCube games and controllers. Not only does it offer brilliant gaming options, it also offers SD slot for Storage and photo viewing. you can get Wii Sorts, Wii Sports Resort games and the beloved Netflix video streaming. The only set back with the Nintendo Wii is that the revolutionary controllers do eat up an amount of battery life and for new users, it could take time to get adapted to.

This minor setback however, has not stopped people from going crazy with fun over this adventurous gaming console that is not as subdued as the SONY PS 3 and neither as posh and high definition as the Xbox 360.

It does what gaming consoles are meant to do. Provide users with the ultimate sense of fun and to use the game console just as a game console and not as a hub of multimedia needs. Want to watch a DVD or anything such, get a laptop or a DVD player (which I’m sure most people have already). Why would regular users want a full fledged media device from an object that is meant to provide games.

The Wii console is 1.75 inches high and 6.25 inches deep and comes in white. You can place it either horizontally or vertically as needed, but you will need to purchase a set of Wii components cables separately as composite cables do not support Wii’s top resolution of 480p. There is 512MB internal memory and a Secure Digital card slot for additional storage. Nintendo put a good deal by support SD cards instead of memory cards, as SD cards are much more cheaper and are easily available in abundance.

The Wii Sports is a great addition to the console, where users can get to play all kinds of sports without having to get any additional games. It helps users to feel the actual experience of playing cricket, golfing, bowling, baseball, tennis and the loved boxing. You can even have four players at a time with added controllers. Not only can you play sports, but also browse through an Opera based web browser by the name of “The Internet Channel”. Netflix movies can be watched, YouTube  and other forms of media can be accessed easily.

All in all, the Nintendo Wii is meant to rock your gaming world and regardless of whether you’re a new or experienced gamer, it sure will keep your adrenaline pumping!

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Farah - who has written 68 posts on ixibo.


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