almost everyday (not anymore since I'm done my semester) I'd go to computer class and make conversation with my friend about Twilight Princess. He has the game on Gamecube, and I have it on Wii. When I mention some of the controls in the Wii version, he just won't stop bickering about how stupid and lousy the controls are. I always reply "Hey, Twilight Princess was originally for Gamecube, but they gave it some enhancements to make it suitable for the wii, they don't have to be perfect!" Then my friend gets into Wii Sports; he starts saying how horrible each of the games are, saying that "Tennis sucks", "Bowling isn't done properly", or "I hate Baseball", and then it really ticks me off. Then he starts saying how movements should be 1:1 in all of the games. I can't agree with him more when it comes to Red Steel sword-fighting, but that's still not the point. The Wii is just a game system that's allowing us to get "just a step closer" to being in the games, not "a huge step" but a good step that makes us happy. Sure it's his opinion, but he shouldn't be expressing it in such a way considering he doesn't even have the wii, all he says is "I just need my computer". What do you think?