spacedelete wrote:Does the wii controller need batteries? Fancy that! So does one of the finest controllers ever made, the wavebird. Now you mention it, i can't think of any wireless controller that doesn't run on battery power. Unless you think that changing the battery in a wii controller is a somewhat complex job? And fancy having to use the said controller to.navigate the menus, unlike the gamecube where we could just control it with our minds!
"Wii, gamecube, is there a difference given that the internals of a wii are the almost the same as a gamecube, it takes gamecube controllers and.memory cards and it even plays gamecube games?"
It even has the definitive version of some gamecube games, thanks be to the gods for metroid prime trilogy.
Apologies for rogue full stops, mobile keyboards suck "
lol your kidding me ? you need a wiimote which requires batteries just to surf the main menu plus what's the point in a wii when its best feature is to play gamecube games ?
i had a wii and its one of the worst gaming experiences in my life. terrible interface, terrible 3rd party games, tacked on motion controller and most games including super mario galaxy 2 could have been done on the gamecube.
plus i have both metroid 1 and 2 ( both fantastic games ), zelda wind waker, resident evil 4, super mario sunshine etc. i don't need a wii.
Edited by spacedelete at 23:13:25 15-09-2011
Your arguments are just too good, I'm convinced.