[Crew] Anyone need a Wii?

BinarySheep binary.sheep at gmail.com
Sat Dec 23 23:24:31 GMT 2006


I thought the point of all the new stuff Nintendo is coming out with was 
that its not specialised and that it appeals to all ages groups.

Also should point out there is a classic controller for the Wii as well 
just in case you cant be bothered to jump around your room like a PLEB.

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BinarySheep




Christopher Staite wrote:
> My brother in law works at toys r' us and got one (he sold his PSP to
> pay for it) it's rather good, but I don't think it's a viable console
> for playing many games on.  It's rather specialised.  And the IR pointer
> on it is really hard to use!
>
> Have a great xmas...
>
> Aie :)
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: crew-bounces at brum2600.net [mailto:crew-bounces at brum2600.net] On
> Behalf Of Re-LoaD
> Sent: 23 December 2006 9:19 pm
> To: Brum2600 Collective Conciousness
> Subject: Re: [Crew] Anyone need a Wii?
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> Minus Q wrote:
>   
>> It just sprung to mind the adventures people had getting hold of Xbox
>> 360s this time last year... did anyone get hold of Nintendo's
>> ridiculously named console?  And how did you do it?  Was it worth it?
>>
>>     
>
> Not into consoles but Geordie windows sold well so the wii or as they 
> say wi i (why eye) should appeal to our northern friends.. :)
>
> Hacky Christmas
>
> Re-LoaD & Myth
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