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    Who else hates kiddie games???

    I'm getting a bit tired of mini-games and games obviously directed towards a G rated audience. The initial buzz from the Wii is wearing off for me, and I'm beginning to long for some kind of game that can be playing it for more than 10 minutes before wanting to trade it in. It seems like all the games for the Wii don't have very much depth so far. I guess that is fine for launch games, but I expect more. There's only so many times I can play Wii Sports.

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    Define kiddy.

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    It would be suicide on their part not to make mature games after selling so many consoles. They're smart, they'll make them eventually. We're just probably going to have to wait a year or so before the developers recognize the profit of making a game on such a popular console.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Koops23
    Define kiddy.
    Little mini games like warioware smooth moves or kiddie themed games like barnyard or cars.

    And can the Wii actually get some games that really challenging and require skill not just all casual games that keep you entertain for the first day you own them.

    I suppose RE 4, Godfather, Umbrella Chronicles, and Manhunt will probably be interesting but for the number of games targeted towards young kids is too much. Don't the people at Nintendo realize they are missing out on the masses of people who would rather play quake, counterstrike, or starcraft???

    Wouldn't be sweet to headshot someone with the Wii-mote?

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    Just because they're geared for a general audience doesn't make them kiddie. The Wii was meant for a general audience anyway so I don't think the Wii's going to have many M rated games.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Koops23
    Just because they're geared for a general audience doesn't make them kiddie. The Wii was meant for a general audience anyway so I don't think the Wii's going to have many M rated games.
    That's shame because the way it stands right now the Wii is like elevator music...made to please everyone but truly pleases no one. This kind of appeal cannot last. You would think that Nintendo would have learned from the Gamecube that kiddie games are crap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David328ci
    That's shame because the way it stands right now the Wii is like elevator music...made to please everyone but truly pleases no one. This kind of appeal cannot last. You would think that Nintendo would have learned from the Gamecube that kiddie games are crap.
    I'm pretty dang pleased with the Wii myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David328ci
    That's shame because the way it stands right now the Wii is like elevator music...made to please everyone but truly pleases no one. This kind of appeal cannot last. You would think that Nintendo would have learned from the Gamecube that kiddie games are crap.
    I'm a huge Wii fan and I agree with you 100%. People who blindly like anything nintendo releases are preparing for a letdown as soon as the "wii buzz" as you described above wears off.

    I really hope nintendo makes some bloody online style games, the wii remote is begging for them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Koops23
    I'm pretty dang pleased with the Wii myself.
    You maybe for the moment but how about a year from now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by David328ci
    You maybe for the moment but how about a year from now?
    Well I'm still entertained by Mario games that came out 10 years ago and with the release of Super Mario Galaxy, I think I will. I've had the Wii for 3 months and haven't gotten bored with it yet.

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