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Yes, I actually consider the Wii's killer selling point as one of it's downfalls.

LOL!


But how long is it going to take before people get bored of having to stand up, or wear out their arms to play a game?

Um, you don't have to do that now. Moron.


Don't you think the "moron" might be onto something if your counterpoint to his not buying into the gimmick is that you don't have to play games that way?

The motion sensor is one of the big selling points of the console. If it's actually better to play the games without using it, then what's better about a Wii than one of the other consoles out there?

Do you own a DS? Have you noticed that 90% of the games out for it use the damn touch screen for stupid reasons, or for things that would have worked better with a traditional control style?

I like mine for some games... but for every title that comes out that's good there's 5 more that are released that are utter crap because of their poor use of the gimmick of the DS.

As much as I love Zelda and would love to play it on the Wii, my gamecube has been sitting and collecting dust because of its lack of good 3rd party exclusives; its controller was awkward and bad for 3rd party games (ones that didn't feel that way on other systems). How is the Wii different?

You've got a system that's just like the GameCube that will have some outstanding first party titles out for it. For anything else, even if you love the Wii, you have to concede that this guy has some good points.

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