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    Quote Originally Posted by titaniummd
    I bought a Nintendo Wii for my 7 year old's birthday. She has a Nintendo DS (plays Pokemon and Nintendogs).

    Is this system appropriate for her? Or should I return it?
    more than appropriate....rofl

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    My sister is 9 years old (close enough right?) and she loves the Wii. Her favorite games are Wii Sports, Mario Party 8 (I hate that game but whatever), and Wario Ware Smooth Moves. Mario Strikers might be a bit too challenging for her though and Waluigi has that weird thing that he does. Also if she is like my sister she will enjoy the whole High School "Musuckal" game that was supposed to be coming out soon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by masonb15
    the whole High School "Musuckal" game that was supposed to be coming out soon.
    ugh god tell me about it
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    you are incredibly fast at responding...
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    or buy super monkey ball
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    Quote Originally Posted by wario2ooo
    or buy super monkey ball
    you know that is a fun game
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    you are incredibly fast at responding...
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    Super Monkey Ball was actually rated one of the most difficult games of all time. (I think it was like seven or something) So.. the story mode might be a little difficult but some of the mini games are real nice. (Others though...others..they aren't so great.)


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    Supervising your young children is always recommended, however it is a perfect system for them to be apart of. Not only does it keep them active to some degree, but games like Big Brain Academy keeps them from being mentally lazy as well. (A problem with my own children, however is actually decreasing since this game promotes rapid thought and requires continual brain usage to play. Amazing what simple puzzles can achieve. )

    As suggested earlier make sure there is plenty of space, and alway encourage that they don't crowd the television either. When we first got the system and they was permitted to play, I gave them a lecture about the importance of using the strap and securing it properly, as well as shown them screen shots from this site www.wiidamage.com if they don't wear and use it properly.

    After time you may feel comfortable about them playing unsupervised, however I recommend you use the parental settings on the Wii to insure the children's friends don't bring over inappropriate game titles like Manhunt 2. There is an option to assign the highest ESRB rating the system will play without the parental pin number, and may help give you piece of mind.

    Something else, you may find yourself playing it as much or more than your children, as this really is a social game system. Keep that in mind, as you may find yourself playing it almost as often as your 7 year old.
    Last edited by KrisKhaos; 10-14-2007 at 09:47 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KrisKhaos
    I gave them a lecture about the importance of using the strap and securing it properly, as well as shown them screen shots from this site www.wiidamage.com if they don't wear and use it properly.
    OMG!! I'm showing that link to my kids as well. I've read the stories but have never actually seen pics of those accidents.

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    The Wii wsa creates as to support all age groups and just about everything else under the sun.

    If wish to protect her from possible mature content you can always password protect content on your Wii, visit Wii Settings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dumbass_Luigi
    Yeah, just don't give her games like Resi Evil 4, or even Mario Strikers. *cough*Waluigi's crotch-chop*cough*
    Yay Waluigi! He should have been the final boss in Halo 3

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