The Northwestern writes: "Now that we're in the third year of the Age of Wii, Nintendo's popular console is pretty easy to find.
And that means that a lot more people are learning its unpleasant secret: There are a lot of terrible games for this system.
The Wii shelves of video game stores are groaning with cheap "Wii Sports" knockoffs (like "Vacation Sports"), tedious "party" games ("Totally Spies! Totally Party") and halfhearted translations of Xbox 360 hits ("Dead Rising: Chop Till You Drop"). Even Nintendo's reputation as a game publisher has taken a hit: Its most recent Wii releases are recycled GameCube titles."