“Games are becoming unfriendly for beginners”.
Nintendo is a company that famously doesn’t play by the rules. During its time in the video game arena, the Kyoto firm has been a trend-setter rather than a follower of fashion, and no machine sums up this unique approach more clearly than the Wii.
Released at a time when Sony and Microsoft were engaged in a full-blown hardware war, the Wii was remarkable in that it harnessed cheaper tech and fused it with a revolutionary motion-sensing control system – a setup which allowed it to beat both the PS3 and Xbox 360 in total sales and reach a whole new audience of players.
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