My first posting might as well be here. UK, Oxfordshire based 36 yo for anyone who cares.
Still not sure whether I think the Wii is all it's cut out to be.
Gaming Chronology started on an Acetronic in 1977 when I was 4, Intellivision, Atari 2600, 7200, ZX81, ZX spectrum 48, Spectrum 48 with SAGA keyboard, Commodore 64 +1541 dd, Megadrive, NES, SNES, 386 sx33, Playstation, N64, Dreamcast, PS2, XBOX, Gamecube and finally Wii (but more for the kids) - I wanted a XBOX 360.
What I had noticed was all of the above had at least 1 game that I would have happily bought and would still (nostalgia based)happily buy the system to play. Sure the graphics may not stand up to the test of time but the overall impact offers a great gaming experience.
Mario Galaxy is ...OK to look at but...:(
Zelda... Gamecube :confused:
I haven't found a game that truly stands out to justify forking out all that money. 'Rabbids go home' had me laughing out loud but 30 minutes later...
Mario Kart Wii is fantastic but then so is every other version of Mario Kart, and I really hate the wiimote steering, it just isn't responsive enoughand I end up using the gamecube controller.
Now there's a point. The Wii is brilliant at playing Gamecube games. but then so is my gamecube.
Now to find some threads that'll change my opinion.
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