The editor-in-chief Matt Casamassina and associate editor Mark Bozon go head-to-head on different issues. This week it deals with Wii Online.
"Matt: I don't think it's really fair to make a call at this point in time because Wii's online plan hasn't even begun. And yet, at the same time, that is precisely the problem."
"Furthermore, Nintendo isn't exactly racing to catch up"
"Bozon: While I share a lot of similarities with your opinion Matt, I've got to answer the overall question with a resounding yes. Nintendo is dropping the ball every day that we don't have online Wii Sports."
"Matt: I understand your concerns -- I do. No, really. But let's not forget that Wii has only been on the market for about two months. I don't want to downplay it's online-enabled accomplishments, either. It is Wi-Fi out of the box; it connects to the Internet with a slick version of the Opera browser; it broadcasts semi-timely news and weather forecasts; and you can even download an amazing selection of always-expanding classic titles."
"Bozon: Oh I think it most certainly will be getting better over the next months, years, and generations of systems for Nintendo. My beef with the current issue with online is that it shouldn't have to take this long."