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Discussion in 'Gear' started by Ryudo, Jun 10, 2012.
The Wii is a step back in technology.
Yep. But provides me with some great games. And as a person who has consoles as old as the 80's like any collector. Tech is the least important part. It's how much fun you have. Don't get me wrong not against better visuals. But don't need to rely on it either to be entertained. TBH I'm still pretty amazed when playing Shenmue how much detail was put into this game. I still love to marvel it. I will admit sometimes it's harder for me to play some PSone games as it can be hard to see due to aging hardware. But overall I go by experience not visual. Some games they go hand in hand. Uncharted as an example of needs realism. Darksiders needs modern power yet doesnt need realism. Rayman Origins doesn't need power. However it's visuals and gameplay go hand in hand. Then we have games that never age like Okami & Wind Waker. So it has all sides
The Wii is a Mario Kart machine.
My girlfriend plays it, not me.
She might like Sonic & Sega All Stars Racing. Course it's on all 3.
I'm getting the sequel this year on 360. IMO Sega Racing > Mario kart
Sonic & Sega All Stars Racing is Mario Kart on crack. Love it, one of my most played games in the last 2 years.
My entertainment system is watching a 40 year old **** his pants on an online forum because no one likes his crappy game console.
How much would you sell that regular Nintendo for?
NES? I won't sell it but you can get them dirt cheap at thrift stores for 3$. Online less than 10$ probably