The Nintendo Wii was judged the most popular of the big three consoles in 2007, despite extreme shortages of the console in the lead-up to Christmas, according to reviews from genuine purchasers collated by independent review publishers, Reevoo.
The Wii achieved an overall score of 8.78 out of ten, compared with 8.25 for the PlayStation 3 and 7.65 for the Xbox 360. Sony's PlayStation scored highest on value for money, rating 7.96, versus 7.70 for the Wii and 7.15 for Microsoft's Xbox 360.
Reviewers praised the Sony console for the integration of a Blu-Ray player, contributing to its leading value for money score. The Wii was praised for its usability, child friendliness and exercise potential. The Xbox 360 scored well for graphics and design, but fared poorly in other areas.