I have to admit that when I first heard of the Wii, I thought it sounded stupid. And even when I looked up some of the first commercials on YouTube, I still thought it looked a little stupid. â€œItâ€™d never work,â€ I thought. And if it did, Iâ€™d never like it. But the buzz continued to grow.
And then I went to Six Flags and was able to play one. Admittedly it wasnâ€™t the best setup, but I was semi-hooked. But then at Group Dynamix I was able to play one in itâ€™s full glory. And I know that theyâ€™re awesome now.
Iâ€™ve asked people if theyâ€™re rather have a Wii or a XBOX 360. They usually say it depends or â€œA Wii for sure!â€ I agree with the â€œDependsâ€ answer. If I were getting a gaming system for myself that Iâ€™d play at home usually solo or with friends occasionally, Iâ€™d go w/ the 360. But for playing with friends regularly, Iâ€™d go for a Wii for sure. Which brings me to the conclusion that weâ€™ll be getting a Wii for the youth room pretty quickly. A Wii with four controllers and some highly interactive games.
Itâ€™s such a great â€œparty gameâ€ for people to get involved in, whether youâ€™re actually playing or watching. And thereâ€™s always a line of people wanting to get the next shot at
(And we might try to sneak a 360 in there pretty soon as well!)
[tags]Wii, xbox, 360[/tags]