Gaming Nexus writes: "The Wii's primary audience consists of young children, baby boomers and senior citizens-fact. Very few people in this audience have ever played a video game before the Wii, or realize that the scope of gaming goes beyond Pac-Man and Mario Brothers-fact. The casual audience's general ignorance of gaming and what it can be allows publishers to sell loads of derivative shovelware on the Wii, taking the old copy-paste approach to Nintendo's party games and a few of the other top-tier family titles. As a result, quality software on the Wii, in any category, has been scarce. I don't like it, you probably don't like it, but those are the facts, and as John Adams said, facts are stubborn things."