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Submitted by Aclay 1180d ago | opinion piece

The Top 7... Reasons the Wii will be remembered fondly

Gamesradar- This Sunday marks the release of the Wii U to the general buying public, and as exciting as that may be, it also marks the end of an era for its predecessor, the Wii. Since its launch November 19, 2006, the Wii has been a huge hit, but for the past few years discussion of the console has been limited to dust-covered Wii, lacking graphics, and gifs of people playing Wii Music. But the Wii’s legacy is so much bigger than that, and we can prove it. As we say farewell to the Nintendo’s motion controlled monster, let’s take a look back at the influence it had not only on gaming, but on the world at large. (Wii)

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