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Submitted by ThomasBW84 960d ago | opinion piece

Memories of the Wii Launch

As E3 2012 and a Wii U bonanza looms ever closer, Nintendo Life is currently in the middle of a series of features that explore previous Nintendo console launches. The launch of the Wii was, in some ways, unlike any other: it wasn't just a new system to enjoy, it was a new way to play games, truly a Revolution, even if Nintendo ultimately decided to go with a different name. Four members of the Nintendo Life staff have decided to look back on the launch of Wii and share their stories. (Nintendo, Wii)

tigertron  +   960d ago
"It wasn't just a new system to enjoy, it was a new way to play games, truly a Revolution".

Yeeeaaaah, sorry but I don't consider motion controls as revolutionary, especially as this came out after Sony's Eyetoy.
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