Nintendo Makes Comeback in Video Industry With the Wii

I kind of felt like Nintendo had gotten off the track. But Nintendo makes comeback in video industry with the Wii game. While Sony and Microsoft were demonstrating fabulous graphic capabilities, Nintendo didn’t seem to think that clear graphics were important. I don’t like to see scrambled figures, mind you that this doesn’t happen very often but it has. This is a clear cut problem from the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.

It seems to me that Nintendo got away from what they were doing with the N64 and GameCube. Nintendo went to a television remote control looking device to play their games with. Sony PS3 and Microsoft Xbox 360 stuck with what was working for them. That was a controller with push buttons, control sticks and directional pads.

I felt the choices that Nintendo made could have doomed them. People were not used to anything other than the push buttons, joy sticks and buttons that made the figures go in different directions. But Nintendo stuck to their guns and proved the gaming industry wrong. The TV remote looking device was a hit. The Nintendo Wii is this generations best selling home console. You would have figured that when Nintendo went against all odds that they would have went by the way side. This strange looking game succeeded in the only area it needed to succeed in, it is a blast to play. You can get your sweetheart out there and have a great time and really not have to spend any money. You can save money from going to the movies or things like that. It can just be her or her and the kids and really have a wonderful evening.

Nintendo Wii has all sorts of games. Wii has bowling, golfing, tennis, table tennis archery and even frisbee. Myself, I like the Tiger Woods golf game. The reason being is you can make the shots either fade or draw depending on how you twist your wrist. Nintendo recently brought out the Wii MotionPlus. The MotionPlus is out with Wii sports resort game package. I believe the cost of owning a Wii game console is somewhere around the $200 mark. The games will run you between $20 and $50. So you see owning a video game console is not cheap. It will touch your pocket book just a tad. Definitely Nintendo makes comeback in the video industry with the Wii.

Original Article by Alan Peirano