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Indonesia IDR 1,700,000
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Nintendo Wii Wii Expert Reviews

cheatcc.com
Reviewed on 2017-04-24
The Nintendo Wii has surprised all naysayers by defying expectations with its performance and popularity ever since it was announced. First, Nintendo dropped out of the console wars by claiming not to be competing with Sony and Microsoft, announcing that...
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uk.askmen.com
Reviewed on 2014-04-10
To put it simply, the Wii is a revolution in video game control and design. The Wiimote and Nunchuk will take a while to get used to if you were raised on a steady diet of D-pad controllers, but getting past the learning curve is quick and worth the effor...
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avforums.com
Reviewed on 2012-12-11
Unique multi-faceted controller, Simple to setup, Well built, Offers in-game chat on a Nintendo console, Easy to navigate menu structure, Miiverse social connection, Accessible and well stocked eShopLow battery life for GamePad, GamePad range potentially very limited, Basic edition's memory is meagre, No cross-game chat
So, the wait is finally over and - unless they've wrapped their consoles to pop under the Christmas tree - the Wii U is finally in the hands of UK gamers. Following on from the huge success (in terms of units shifted) of the Wii - which was supposed to be...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2011-08-23
The Nintendo Wii Hardware Bundle (with Mario Kart) has a lot going for it: clean, accessible design; a great library of family-friendly games; a still-iconic controller design that can be used for motion games or more traditional button-based games; Virtu...Online connectivity is hampered by closed-garden design, graphics and video playback cap at 480p, other than Netflix, the Wii has no other video-streaming or entertainment offerings, and can't play CDs or DVDs, its graphics continue to look ever more outd...
As of November 2011, the Nintendo Wii will be five years old. That's a long time in game years: in fact, it's nearly a console generation. To no great surprise, then, Nintendo has already announced the Wii's successor, the Wii U, a new type of revolut...
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cnet.com.au
Reviewed on 2011-08-23
The Nintendo Wii Hardware Bundle (with Mario Kart) has a lot going for it: clean, accessible design; a great library of family-friendly games; a still-iconic controller design that can be used for motion games or more traditional button-based games; Virtu...Online connectivity is hampered by closed-garden design; graphics and video playback cap at 480p; other than Netflix, the Wii has no other video-streaming or entertainment offerings, and can't play CDs or DVDs; its graphics continue to look ever more outd...
As of November 2011, the Nintendo Wii will be five years old. That's a long time in game years: in fact, it's nearly a console generation. To no great surprise, then, Nintendo has already announced the Wii's successor, the Wii U , a new type of revolution...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2010-11-22
Clean, accessible design; great library of family-friendly games; still-iconic controller design can be used for motion games or more traditional button-based games; Virtual Console library and WiiWare games offer a unique and affordable collection of cla...Online connectivity hampered by closed-garden design, graphics and video playback cap at 480p, other than Netflix, no other video-streaming or entertainment offerings, can't play CDs or DVDs, graphics continue to look ever more outdated compared with riva...
Back when the Wii first debuted, Nintendo's revolutionary device offered a new approach to gaming that surprised nongamers and gamers alike. The technology employed was futuristic, its design surprising, and its games unmatched on any other system. Tim...
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consumersearch.com
Reviewed on 2010-10-01
Motiondetection game controllers, Fun for groups and families, WiFi, Also plays old Nintendo games,Online gaming is cumbersome, Graphics are average, No CD or DVD playback
Experts say the Nintendo Wii is the best gaming console for kids and families. The Wii is not known for its realistic graphics, and reviewers note that serious gamers should look to the Microsoft Xbox 360 Slim ( *Est. $300) or Sony PlayStation 3 Slim (...
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toptenreviews.com
Reviewed on 2010-06-01
This video game console has a remote play feature,The Nintendo Wii has no BluRay, DVD, or CD reading capabilities.
The Nintendo Wii was released shortly after the PS3 to strong sales and a continued demand that has continued well into its second year of availability. Though the Wii lacks many of the hardware components and multimedia capabilities that its chief com...
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electricpig.co.uk
Reviewed on 2010-03-26
Small footprint, SD card storage, backwards compatibilityDoesn't play DVDs, no HD output
The Nintendo Wii was a revolutionary console when it went on sale in 2006. With it, Ninty showed that you don’t need consoles with NASA nano technology and high definition graphics to ensnare gamers and all their friends and family: just an easy to...
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etechreviews.com
Reviewed on 2010-03-05
Thumbs Up:The revolutionary design of game controller offers motion sensor gaming experience. Inbuilt Wi-Fi delivers free online game play and other services. Virtual Console has the best appeal. The Wii console is completely compatible with GameCube, ...
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electricpig.co.uk
Reviewed on 2009-12-17
Innovative motionsensitive controller. Family fun for everyone!Alienates the hardcore fraternity. Only standarddef visuals.
If you like to do exercise, throw, shoot, and twat things over the head, without actually leaving the confines of your lounge, then the Nintendo Wii is a really rather agreeable console.Since its arrival on the UK gaming scene in 2006, the Wii has esta...
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hardwaresecrets.com
Reviewed on 2009-11-09
The Wii has a strange name. It is also a very different type gaming device. It makes you get up and get physically involved with the game. It is not as powerful as its competitors. The graphics are not as good as those of its competitors. Yet, it has b...
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pcauthority.com.au
Reviewed on 2009-02-12
When Microsoft and Sony were looking into the future, they saw faster, slicker, bigger. When Nintendo peered in, they were giggling uncontrollably and fighting over who was up next. No hi-def graphics, no next-gen video formats and not really any sign ...
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electronicsme.com
Reviewed on 2008-12-09
Rating: 4.2 out of 5QualityWhen a customer came into my store and asked which system to buy there were a few precursor questions I always asked. Who are you buying it for? How old are they? Is there a game rating you want to stay within (meaning for co...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2008-11-17
Easy to use and understand. Innovative gameplay. Great for families, large groups, and non-gamers. Requires more physical activity than typical video gaming.Poor graphics, especially on large-screen HDTVs. Controller style can be irritating, depending on the game. Doesnt play DVDs.
Now that the amazement over the Nintendo Wiis innovative gameplay (and retail shortages) has worn off, its time to take a clear-eyed look at the benefits of owning a Wii ($249.99, list) over a now similarly priced Microsoft Xbox 360 or pricier Son...
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macworld.co.uk
Reviewed on 2008-10-31
Apple TV 2.2 Star rating: Apples TV project integrates into your home brilliantly, but is quite priceyApple TV 2.2
We’ve spent rather too much time wiggling the Wii’s remote control in front of the TV, and are familiar with its sleek, Apple-like, design. The only clunky-feeling element is the sensor bar that sits on the TV to receive infra-red remote signals. Unli...
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gadgetshow.channel5.com
Reviewed on 2008-09-22
The Wii’s innovative motion sensitive control system has redefined video games, or at least carved a new niche within the hobby by making avid gamers out of people who wouldn’t know a joystick from an egg whisk. Affordable and simple, this is...But there’s a downside to Nintendo’s pursuit of this new demographic - it has sidelined the hardcore gamers that were its previous bread 'n' butter audience. Whilst the Wii is well served when it comes to short, simple mini games and m...
The Nintendo Wii is a fifth generation home video console that was released after Nintendo GameCube. Its noticeable feature includes wireless controller and Wii remote. Currently, it competes with seventh generation console of other leading consoles in...
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techradar.com
Reviewed on 2008-08-22
Great playability, included Wii Sports is compelling, Unique controllers, Easy-to-use menu system and media functionsGraphics cant compete with the Xbox 360 and PS3, Games still expensive, Opera browser not included as standard, Needs Flash upgrade, Media functions could be better, Poor battery life for controllers
For sheer playability, theres no console better than the Wii. Its former codename, Revolution, describes it superbly. The motion sensitive controllers are just that, and with the addition of extra controllers such as the Wii Fit Balance board, Nintend...
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askmen.com
Reviewed on 2008-07-15
In November 2006, Nintendo released its fifth-generation console, the Wii. The video game company took a major risk when it eschewed graphical power and groundbreaking online capabilities for gameplay and control innovations. By courting to the casual ...
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3dGameMan.com
Reviewed on 2008-01-01
Video Review: The Nintendo Wii Game Console is all the rage, but it's not about the high definition graphics. What everyone is getting so excited about is the gameplay. This game console literally puts you in the game. It's a tremendous amount of fun, especially with two or more players. It's really something you have to experience yourself to appreciate! Watch the video to find out more and check out the bloopers at the end.
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