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Re: 360 damage disks Apr 17, 2007, 05:54
Apr 17, 2007, 05:54
 
*comes running back* OK, I read the previous posts from the other day. Yes, I have Wii, PS3, and 360. (I think all three systems are overrated because of this console fanboy war crap. The Wii, to me, is the most overrated.)

A new Wii is $150 more than a new Gamecube. Going by Ebay, a used Wii is $300 more than a used Gamecube. Warioware, Super Monkey Ball, and Trauma Center are the only three Wii games with a score higher than 8 on Gamespot. All the other 8+ Wii games are either Virtual Console games, or Gamecube games that were ported to the Wii (Paper Mario/Zelda). Were those three games worth the upgrade from Gamecube to Wii? Trauma Center is a game that is totally doable on a standard PC mouse. You could port that game to the PS3 or PC, hook up a USB mouse, and bada-bing, Trauma Center on the PS3/PC. So that leaves two games: Warioware and Monkey Ball.

Now let's talk about Monkey Ball. Monkeyball has a Gamerankings.com score of 73% (gamespot had 8.3). Not sure if we want to talk about a 73% game as the poster child of an awesome system, right? K, so that leaves Warioware. Now that's a great game. But it's the only system seller, IMO, that actually sells the Wii itself. One good game for $150-$300? And you say the Wii is a sign Nintendo isn't for kids anymore. Warioware isn't exactly Spielberg gaming.

This comment was edited on Apr 17, 06:03.
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