Why You Should Buy A Nintendo Wii In 2019

The gaming world collectively sighed when Nintendo released the Wii to unsuspecting retirement homes around the world in 2006.

While the GameCube showcased various groundbreaking titles and remains beloved among fans, its sales figures never lived up to the almighty duo that was the PS2 and original Xbox.

So when the Wii turned out to be a literal money-printing machine, you could imagine the sake-soaked parties Reggie and his friends must've had at Nintendo HQ.

Since the dust has cleared, what remains is a technical curiosity that holds some true gems, alongside more reasons to by now than ever before.

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anonymousfan30d ago (Edited 30d ago )

It looks pretty terrible today on a 1080p tv the only way I would keep one is in a gaming room with an old CRT. Super Mario Galaxy looks wayyy better emulated with hd texture on my laptop otherwise

awdevoftw30d ago

Lol. Didnt they just sunset the online stuff? Probably only about ten good games that'll be worth chasing down. Not worth it at all in my opinion.

thepatientgamer30d ago

All of operation rainfall is worth having.

hanko1430d ago

why dont they bring the nunchucks to the switch and bring wii/u games as well.

Noclos30d ago

Nintendo never been so easy on gamers, all great games from DS, N64, GBA, GC, Wii will be locked there only Wii U games got port and deluxe edition on Switch because Wii U is graveyard.

addictedtochaos30d ago

“almighty duo that was the PS2 and original Xbox.”

The original Xbox hardly sold well, and finished just ahead of the GameCube, which were both thoroughly outsold by the PS2.

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