Originally Posted by White-Wolfjust some info ect.
Well the wii is not quite a next gen console compared to the xbox 360 and ps3. Itís the least expensive of the three (but not the cheapest in terms of quality), but built to be fun. Its not a multimedia box like the xbox and ps3, but only plays games with a few other features, but it wont play dvd's although it has a dvd drive. Maybe a firmware upgrade will allow you to play dvd's, but just assume that when you buy it that it cant play dvd movies.
It supports 480p but no other hd resolutions. It works fine on a normal TV. I think its the best console to get your kids. The xbox is mostly violent games or sports games and the ps3 is alot of money, and its unknown if it i will have bugs on its first release. Sony has had problems making alot of the ps3's and with all its production problems, I would be weary buying one until the first few batches are reviewd so you can find out if their are any defective ones. The xbox 360 btw has a high percentage of getting a broken one out of the box hehehe X Box... think... ahhahah... sorry um, and they tend to last only a few months then break. Search for "360 red ring of death" or "3 red ring of death" or "red ring of death" to find out more info on the xbox 360's problems.
What Iím saying is Iím worried about the ps3 and if it wont have the same problems. Alot of ps2 on its launch had problems, and considering the difficulty of making the ps3 (hence the 600$ price) that it wont ship with lots of faulty versions.
Nintendo has a clean record in terms of console releases and bugs. When they make something, they make sure it works... period. Buy with confidence.
Sorry, I know you didnít ask about this, but if your kid asks for a ps3 or 360 and you donít want to pay its very high price, you can say they break alot ect... and be telling the truth.
That information is so damn wrong, the wii is not for kids!