You're probably reading Wii Fanboy because, well, you're a Wii fanboy. Or, at the very least, you're mildly enthusiastic about Nintendo's next-generation offering. As such, you might want to brace yourself for the following...ready?
That's right. Some punk over at Arena Magazine had the gall to point out a few problems he had with the system. Let's take a look:
- First off, video games have long been seen as a blessed haven in an otherwise weary day; after coming home from work or school, all some people want to do is to plop down on their sofa and blast a few zombies to kingdom come. The Wii, with its emphasis on motion and energy, may simply require too much effort for many gamers to bother.
- The Wii is effectively shunning gamers with smaller TV sets, since it will be difficult to aim the pointer on a tiny display.
- Many living rooms hardly have the space for a regular console, let alone one where up to four people might have to stand and wildly swing their arms about.