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Wii Console with Mario Kart Wii Bundle – Black

Wii Console with Mario Kart Wii Bundle – Black

Wii Console with Mario Kart Wii Bundle - Black

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  1. Joel McGee

    October 25, 2012 at 4:57 pm

    52 of 55 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    An excellent system, May 26, 2011
    Joel McGee

    = Fun:4.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Wii Console with Mario Kart Wii Bundle – Black (Video Game)

    I’ve been a Nintendo fan for years. Generation after generation they put out amazing consoles with excellent games. So it comes as no suprise that the Wii continues the tradition started back in 1985.

    The Wii was codenamed the Revolution becasue it was supposed to revolutionize the way we play games. I’m not so convinced that it accomplished it’s goal per se, but I do think that it did introduce some new ways to play. When I first heard about the system I didn’t think it would be nearly as successful as it was. I thought odd name, last gen graphics, and strange (ablbiet interesting) controller, yeah, good luck with that Nintendo. I was convinced that it would turn out much like the GCN, reasonably successful but nowhere near it’s competition.

    Well here we are 5 years later and we all know how it turned out. Much to everyones suprise, the Wii turned out to be a tremendous success. People were calling it the Gamecube 2 because it didn’t have HD graphics. While the Wii may be similar to the Gamecube (GCN) in terms of archecture, in nearly every other aspect it is a completely different system. It was given marketed as family centered, rather than specifically to the gamer, where the GCN was fairly powerful for its day the Wii was quite underpowered, and the GCN had a focus on contectivity (GB link cable, GB player, Limited LAN support) the wii focused on motion controls.

    The motion controls are the heart and soul of the Wii. While the PS3 and Xbox 360 have their respective options for motion controled gaming, it is hard to argue that the Wii not only started this “revolution” but they also have the largest library of motion controled games. So it goes without saying that if you want motion controlled gaming, the wii is not only the best option, it also happens to be the most affordable.

    The purpose of this review is not to compare the Wii to it’s competitors, it truly is a stand alone system, and is not fair to do so.

    In my opinion, the Wii will largely appeal to two large contrasting groups: non gamers and core gamers.

    On one hand you have the non gamers, they will immediatley be attracted to games like Wii sports, Wii fit, Kriby’s Epic Yarn, Just Dance, Lego Star Wars, and things of that nature. These are games that anyone can pick up and play and have very broad appeal. The reason for the Wii’s success is the non gamer, Nintendo captured an audience that no one knew even existed. Games like these are the reason that you will see the Wii in nursing homes and hospitals.

    On the other had you have the hardcore or core gamer. Games like Metroid Prime 3, Donkey Kong Courty Returns, No More Heros, Red Steel 2, Tatsunoko vs. Capcom and Mad World are games that appeal to them. Many of these are hidden gems that only the core know or care about they are every bit as good as the better known Wii titles.

    Peronally I am somewhat of a rare breed in the fact that I enjoy both, but most gamers will fall under one catagory or another. I think the real diffrenece between the two is the casual gamer will purchase the Wii as a an only system, whereas the core gamer will buy it to go along with a straight hardcore system. But it’s that broad appeal that makes the Wii as successful has it has been.

    Unfortunatley, the Wii’s best years are behind it. 2010 may have been a great year for the system, but 2011, thus far has been very weak. With E3 coming around the corner gamers will see what will be the last major software to be released for the system, and of course it’s successor with be there as well. But not all is bleak, Nintendo just recently dropped the price of the Wii to $149 and swapped out Wii sports and Wii sports resort for Mario Kart Wii. Furthermore they rolled out their Player’s choice lineup albeit under a different name. As they say, good things come to those who wait. Now is a great time to buy because the better price, better software bundled, and there is a fairly large library of games avalable.

    The reason I gave it 4 out of 5 stars was because I do feel it is missing in some key areas that make it hard to give a perfect score. First, I do feel the online aspect of the Wii is very weak. The setup makes it near impossible to find friends online and communicate with them. Very few games sopport voice chat.

    Second, because of the popularity of the system there is a TON of shovelware. Shovelware is (as the name imples) garbage software that gets shoveled onto the system so the developers can make a quick buck off the popularity of the Wii. Generally, I would say stick to first party titles if you want to be safe but even some of these aren’t worth getting. Games like Wii music are terrible. Do your reseach and you wii be fine. Finally, even though the library is impressive, there are some holes in there. You will be hard pressed to find ambitions RPG’s or M rated action games. Don’t get me wrong,…

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  2. DC_Fan_52 "-Weasel!"

    October 25, 2012 at 4:47 pm

    344 of 364 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Fifty-Two Games to Play on Wii, May 16, 2011
    DC_Fan_52 “-Weasel!” (Texas) –

    = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Wii Console with Mario Kart Wii Bundle – Black (Video Game)

    First, if you have an HDTV, you will need special component cables, found here: Component AV Cable for Nintendo Wii to HDTV.

    Second, this system only comes with one controller, so you might want to get a second one if you hope to have more than one person playing at a time: Wii Remote Plus – Black. And if you buy a second controller, you’ll want a second Nun-chuck attachment: Wii Nunchuk Controller – Black. And maybe a second WiiWheel if you want for Mario Kart: Official Nintendo Wii Wheel. You might also want to get rechargeable batteries for the controllers: Energizer NH15BP-4 Rechargeable AA Battery 4 Pack.

    Third, the Wii Sensor Bar can easily be knocked down, so I used Poster Putty to help keep it secure. Duck Poster Putty, Removable/Reusable, Nontoxic, 2 Ounce/Pack (PTY-2)

    Finally, the most common complaint you’ll hear is that people get tired of playing with the Wii. “There’s no good games,” or “I’m tired of playing Wii Sports.” If you only use any system to play ONE game, you’re going to get bored not matter what you’re playing. Paying $150 just to play Mario Kart is ridiculous. You need to optimize your investment by getting more games. So here are 52 of the Wii’s notable games.

    Wii Sports
    Wii Play
    Wii Sports Resort
    Super Mario Galaxy
    Super Mario Galaxy 2
    New Super Mario Bros. Wii
    Mario Party 8
    Kirby’s Epic Yarn
    Donkey Kong Country Returns
    Punch-Out!! (Wii)
    Metroid Prime Trilogy
    Pikmin (Wii)
    The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess
    Mario Kart Wii with Wii Wheel
    ExciteBots: Trick Racing
    Super Smash Bros. Brawl
    Animal Crossing City Folk
    Red Steel 2
    Zack & Wiki Quest for Barbaros’ Treasure
    Sin and Punishment: Star Successor
    Wario Land: Shake It!
    A Boy and His Blob
    Geometry Wars: Galaxies
    Muramasa: The Demon Blade
    Boom Blox
    Boom Blox Bash Party
    Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Ultimate All-Stars
    Monster Hunter Tri
    Little King’s Story
    Fragile Dreams: Farewell Ruins of the Moon
    Okami (Wii)
    GoldenEye 007 (Wii)
    Sonic Colors
    Klonoa (Wii)
    Disney Epic Mickey
    NBA Jam
    Tiger Woods PGA Tour 10
    WWE All Stars
    LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean
    Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga
    Lego Star Wars III: The Clone Wars
    Lego Indiana Jones
    LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4
    LEGO Pirates of the Caribbean
    Lego Batman
    Batman: The Brave and the Bold
    No More Heroes
    No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle
    Bully: Scholarship Edition
    Resident Evil 4 (Wii)

    KEEP IN MIND that you should always check a games ESRB Rating to make sure it’s appropriate for the person playing it. Most games are rated Teen and under, but there are some Mature rated games that you might not find appropriate. I also am NOT guaranteeing that you’ll automatically love every game listed. Some people don’t like sports games. Some people don’t like First-Person Shooters. Some games are too hard. Sometimes, they’re too easy. Or maybe you don’t really like “games” and you bought this to do the Zumba (Zumba Fitness) or to Just Dance (Just Dance), that’s okay, too. But, like I said, if you want to get the most for your investment, you should consider building a nice size library of games.

    I hope I was helpful, and at least, those One-Star Reviewers aren’t going to be able to say the Wii “has no games” with this block staring customers in the face.

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  3. Jacob

    October 25, 2012 at 4:29 pm

    558 of 580 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Price Drop – great time to buy, May 15, 2011
    Jacob (Chapel Hill, NC) –

    = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Wii Console with Mario Kart Wii Bundle – Black (Video Game)

    Nintendo dropped the price of their console to $149.99. The previous console package included Wii Sports and Sports Resort, and these have been replaced with Mario Kart and a Wii Wheel. Nintendo also rolled out a line of popular titles for $19.99. The titles include Nintendo Selects: The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, Nintendo Selects: Animal Crossing: City Folk,Nintendo Selects: Mario Super Sluggers and Nintendo Selects: Wii Sports. All of these titles are very good.

    This happened on May 15th. The question is, all three systems are out and have motion-based gaming. Which console is best to purchase now?

    I say Nintendo is an amazing system and still a notch above the rest, especially given the price drop.

    Why? One reason is games. Nintendo has games that appeal to children, teens and even older folks (I’ll get into that later). I have an Xbox 360 and PS3, but I find myself playing Wii more. Why you ask? I love my Xbox 360 for Halo/Modern Warfare and other FPS games. That said, when playing games with a group, Wii wins hands down. From racing Mario, Luigi and friends in Mario Kart to battling with Marth and Link in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Nintendo has cornered the market on group-friendly games. Plus, Nintendo has many of the same FPS like Call of Duty: Black Ops geared towards older gamers that the PS3 and 360 have. To top it off, Nintendo has accessories like the Wii Fit Plus with Balance Board that not only integrate gaming and exercise, but make it fun and user-friendly from 5 years of age on up.

    Side-story: I bought the Wii for my parents who are in their early 50s. They thought it was a gag gift. A few days after I bought the gift I got a call, “You’re father and I have taken up tennis and we love it!” I thought she was referring to playing tennis with a physical racket, they were referring to Wii Sports.

    Who has the best motion-based system? Nintendo’s revolutionary motion-based gaming was first to market. Now 360 and PS3 have motion-based gaming as well. All are impressive, especially the Kinect for 360. However, neither the 360 nor PS3 have a great number of games that use their motion-sensor equipment. Nintendo on the other hand has been out for years and has a huge number of games that are motion-based. Buy Nintendo for an established motion-based gaming library.

    Graphics? PS3 and 360 win this hands down. Wii graphics are not superior to the 360 and the PS3. However, a visually beautiful/realistic game does not equate to being a fun game. When you are racing at top speed in Mario Kart, you are not paying attention to how realistic the environment is on the side of the road, you are trying to shoot your opponent off the road. Fun games make you pay attention to gameplay, not graphics and Wii does this.

    Nintendo is a great system and at $149.99, this is a great entry point. Be sure to buy an additional Official Nintendo Wii Wheel (Mario Kart for 1 isn’t as much fun without two players). You’ll also want to buy another Wii Remote Plus – Black and Wii Nunchuk Controller – Black controller. The system only comes with one set in the box. Take a look at the titles that were reduced to $19.99. You can’t go wrong with any of these games.

    Hope this was helpful, have fun gaming!

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