I-n-j-i-n Posted July 15, 2008 Report Share Posted July 15, 2008 And this is the beauty of Nintendo; they're always experimenting. Anyone remember when they said the DS was just a test run to see what they would do with the next game boy? The wii and ds are both a testament to Nintendo's ingenuity. They have undoubtably made mistakes (one could argue that the Gamecube was one of them, but I'd be reluctant to agree there), but they've endeavored to fix them in most case.I know people are giving this whole upgrade thing a hard time, but its like some people are saying; THERE WAS NOTHING MASSIVELY WRONG WITH IT. You aim it at the screen, it moves. That's good enough for me. I'm not downplaying this new device either; it seems to have a lot of potential. Just because this new device is meant to be better, doesn't mean the old one now sucks. But don't you see the contradiction there? Why improve if it's perfectly fine? They improved because it was not that good. Hopefully with the new version of the Wiimote, we won't have to be relegated to sliding-control feel and the lack of control on open space. You're right. You can point and click and all that. That part of it worked perfectly fine, but moving the controller as a 3D mechanic, it was clearly faulty. It was like with the DS screens. The older DS buttons were ROCK HARD, the edge of the handheld was sharp and the screens were dim. We only knew afterward with the much improved DS. I now wonder if the new Wii consoles will have the add-on built in the machine? I almost think it should be like the wii sheath. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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