I think there might be some people that are bigger fans but thats not the point.Now, if you have had the pleasure (or maybe misfortune?) of reading my post in the Gamecube section, there is one thing you will know about me- I am the biggest Gamecube fan the world has ever seen. I believe I own just about every worth-while Gamecube game, I still play PSO on a private server, and I bought the broadband adapter just for it, I have it modded with multiple accessories, etc. On and on. You get the idea.
Don't look forward to games as they might end up disappointing.The point is though, now talk of much more sufficient games such as Metroid: Other M and Red Steel 2 are coming about, and after giving some careful consideration to it, my lust for Brawl and for having an all-in-one-console (via the VC) only grows stronger. So the real question is....Should I buy a Wii?
Ask your self these.I have some games I can trade in, and right now I can get a Wii for $149.99 at Gamestop with a special offer, and since I have about $800 of work money laying around, there's really no reason not to buy one at this point.
"Will I play on it?"
"Is there anything I want on it?"
"Will others I know play on it as well?"
"What is my favourite cheese?"
"Shall I wait for the rumoured Wii 2?"
The only way a console becomes worthless is if you never play on itThe sad fact is however, I am afraid that I will purchase it, never use it, and it will just turn up like all the rest of the next-gen consoles I've purchased- worthless, and that in the end, I'll go right back to my Gamecube and it's fine selection of $2.99 bargain bin games.
The best way to keep interest is to try out a few games of a genre that you wouldn't always play.
A lot of UK stores (cant speak for the US) have some good games that are cheap.
Best bet is to avoid buying cross platform games as the Wii tends to get the short straw.
There is also them Game Cube games that have been ported to the Wii with (I assume) Wii control's
Yes I have them to.Thoughts?
I could do with some cheese though