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    Quote Originally Posted by Evi1d33d
    If you look at the Wii system specs, it's just a xbox 1 with a motion sensing remote. So I'm not suprise at the low price tag.
    system specs havent been relased, learn your facts, thats the stupid thing ive heard on these forums to date, its rummored to be from 1.5-3 times gamecube's power, and gamecube was = to xbox, accutaly i think GC games ussualy had better graphics in my opinion, and its kinda funny comparing their sizes and they have = graphic power

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