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    Time magazine has got some hands on with the Wii, confirming Wario Ware Wii, a tennis game and the revmote being used for sword fighting, bow and arrow and fishing in Zelda: TP

    Good things all round for nintendo [​IMG]
     
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    That sounds awesome! I am so excited for Wii.
     
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    I am just not interested in the Wario Ware games. They can hold my attention for maybe 10 minutes tops...
     
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    That sounds good on paper, but video games appeal to me specifically because they allow the player to stay mostly lethargic. It's like why I don't have a PS2 dance pad, well besides its being ghey, I mean if I wanted excercise or to partake of fencing or simulated paintball then I wouldn't be sitting on my fat behind with the lights off and curtains drawn playing video games.

    Maybe it's just me... [​IMG]
     
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    Well it's not like you are going to be running around your living room full tilt, while flailing your arms around 360 degrees. It's merely going to be all in the wrist pretty much.
     
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    I'm looking forward to it. [​IMG]
     
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    I love WarioWare. This is justifying my Revolution purchase. Now all we need is a new Wario Ware for the DS...
     
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    It always seems as if they use Wario Ware to show off a new console feature. Wario Ware Twist showed off the tilting side of things. Wario Ware Touch showed off the DS touch screen and now the version for Wii.
     
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    I hope wii 2 will be like that!
     
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    The tennis title (Mario Tennis?) sounds to much like hard work but fun at the same time.
     
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    throwing controller like a foot ball? what if u get so absorbed in the game that u let go of the controller and it flies into the TV! lol! nintendo's gonna get sued!
    (all of the above is a joke)
     
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    That article actually has me keen for the Nintendo Wii for the first time!

    Although you really need to ignore this sort of hype until you get to use the thing for yourself.

    Sigh I better start saving now because it looks as though I'm going to end up with all the nextgen consoles now.
     
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    The most important part is in bold. Kudos, kudos, kudos!!
     
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