A Guide of What's Available for Nintendo's Wii System
What's Up With Wii?
If you haven't heard of Nintendo's Wii system, we have just one question for you. Where have you been?! This hot new gaming system made its
debut right at the time when Microsoft's new Xbox hit the market. But what makes this system so popular is that it's the first system that
incorporates virtual reality in the living room. That, in addition to Nintendo's dedication to producing gaming material for that entire family
as opposed to the complex games that we have on the market (for other systems) today.
This article describes some of the accessories and games available that everyone can enjoy on Nintendo's Wii system.
Note: Prices my be different in your area.
The Wii System. Welcome back to family fun with this console. For only $249, the entire family can enjoy time's treasured games and physically
interact with them using Nintendo's unique wrist-strapped controller. Anyone at any skill level can get in on the fun with this new machine and
it comes with a free Wii Sports game cartridge.
Wii Accessories. If you're still "old school" and you prefer to use the classic Nintendo style controller, no need to fret. They're still
available and they cost no more than $19.99. But if you can't wait to try out the Wii Remote, get one or two or three at only $40 each. The Wii
Nunchuck Controller will run you about $19.99, however both the Nunchuck and Remote controller will give you hours of fun as you swing your way
through your favorite games.
Of course, all that gaming could warrant the purchase of the Wii Air cooler ($14.99) or the Wii Charge Station ($29.99). And you certainly
don't want to quit a game without saving your place! You can buy a 1GB SD Memory card ($39.99) or 2 GB SD memory card ($59.99) made by SanDisk,
and pick up the fun where you left off at a later time.
To make sure your Wii console fits snuggly into the back of your television, you can buy a pack of Wii Component cables for $29.99.
Wii Games. Looking for games? We've separated this part of our guide into two sections: one for children and one for adults. Use caution when
purchasing Wii games for players under 18 years of age.
Wario Ware: Smooth Moves
Super Paper Mario
Sonic and the Secret Rings
Cooking Mama: Cook Off
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 07
NOTE: Bionicle may not look children friendly at first, but it really is a fun and innocent game that battles and controls a line of toy
action figures. It's based on Lego's Bionicle universe. Cooking Mama is rather new to the Nintendo game suite and it challenges young players to
prepare more than 300 real recipes from 10 different countries.
The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess
Medal of Honor Vangaurd
The Godfather: Blackhand Edition