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    Quote Originally Posted by smyth
    i can't say i'm tired of tradditional gaming, though i like the Wii since it's a refreshing change. there are days where i don't want to just sit and hold a normal controller, but there are other days when i do. I think that's why right now having the Wii60 setup is ideal for most "hardcore" gamers, though maybe in the future it will be more of a "PSWii" combo that's ideal. I personally think that the PS3 is the machine with the most potential of all, and i'll be getting it when MGS4 drops. I just feel that having the Wii and either other consol is the advantageous route, where as haveing a PS3 and 360 seems to be a bit redundant, especially at the price, you'll end up having almost $1000 of consoles(especially if you get extra controllers and whatnot) that essensially do the same thing. Where as if you have Wii and either PS3 or 360, after an extra controller each you're around $800, and you have 2 different machines that you'll be able to have a completely different experience on and basically cover the entire spectrum of gaming genres.


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    (i probably could've summed all that up in about 2-3 sentence, but oh well. deal with it)
    I agree with this. I think the wii was never meant to compete with the other two, but to compliment them, and it fullfills that role quite nicely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Atomheart
    So Grandma Betty who bought the Wii to play Wii Sports is a gamer?

    Regardless of semantics, you know what I meant. The majority of those who are more interested in gaming than for the gimmick of swinging a Wiimote around (basically, those who are quite content with Wii Sports) are not likely at all to be tired of traditional gaming. Unless you have some data to support your assertion, the statement is absurd.
    http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=6O4VedQYZB0

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    Quote Originally Posted by masterjedi
    On the subject of "traditional" gaming; I find it ironic that people call the Wii's motion control style repetitive and boring. A common criticism of the Wii's control scheme is "it's all waggle, waggle, waggle". However, wouldn't "traditional" gaming be all "button press, button press, button press"?
    the wii is just like, its just you have to move make the button work, like "press button, swing arm, move leg" somthin like that

    most people shouldnt mind just pressing buttons if the game is good enough

    if they want the game to feel "more real", then they should make a virtual helmet and play the game consoles like that, that should fel real, but i dont think that will happen until at least ps6 or somthin like that

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