If you don’t own another next generation console, you may want to investigate purchasing a Wii. Though it lacks the same power as the other two major consoles, that doesn’t mean it’s necessarily lacking in content. Not only do you have the standard, powerful Nintendo properties – Mario, Metroid and the Legend of Zelda — there are many quality third party games as well. Not to mention, with a console that produces lower power, it ends up costing less. That $199 price tag is always a pleasant sight for sore eyes, especially when you consider that it comes bundled with both Wii Sports and Wii Sports Resort, which are two titles that greatly show the power of the console’s motion controls.