Nintendo Wii

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Nintendo Wii släpptes 2006 och var tidigt ute med rörelsekänsliga handkontroller och trådlös Internetuppkoppling. Wii har blivit populär i vidare kretsar än vanligt i tv-spelsvärlden med spel som Wii Fit och We love Golf, men klassiker som Super Mario Bros och FIFA finns också till tv-spelskonsolen. Genom Internetuppkopplingen går det att köpa och ladda ned äldre Nintendospel och spela dem på Wii-konsolen. Stäng
Nintendo Wii släpptes 2006 och var tidigt ute med rörelsekänsliga handkontroller och trådlös Internetuppkoppling. Wii har blivit populär i vidare kretsar än vanligt i tv-spelsvärl... Läs mer
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    6 år sedan
  • Nintendo Wii Hardware Bundle (, Remote Plus)

    The good:
    Clean, accessible design; great library of family-friendly games; still-iconic controller design can be used for motion games or more traditional button-based games; Virtual Console library and WiiWare games offer a unique and affordable collection of classic titles; Wii Sports Resort and Wii Sports included with system; Wii Remote Plus controller updated to include MotionPlus built-in; Netflix streaming.

    The bad:
    Online connectivity hampered by closed-garden design; graphics and video playback cap at 480p; other than Netflix, no other video-streaming or entertainment offerings; can't play CDs or DVDs; graphics continue to look ever more outdated compared with rival consoles; the unique qualities that motion gaming offered are now available in accessories from rival consoles.

    The bottom line:
    For families and lovers of casual games, the still-affordable Wii represents the best console bundle value of the holiday season in terms of dollars spent; however, the Wii's getting long in the tooth, and other game consoles offer more entertainment options and functionality for their higher price tags.

    6 år sedan
  • Nintendo Wii Hardware Bundle (White, Remote Plus)

    The Good:
    Clean, accessible design; great library of family-friendly games; still-iconic controller design can be used for motion games or more traditional button-based games; Virtual Console library and WiiWare games offer a unique and affordable collection of classic titles; Wii Sports Resort and Wii Sports included with system; Wii Remote Plus controller updated to include MotionPlus built-in; Netflix streaming.

    The Bad:
    Online connectivity hampered by closed-garden design; graphics and video playback cap at 480p; other than Netflix, no other video-streaming or entertainment offerings; can't play CDs or DVDs; graphics continue to look ever more outdated compared with rival consoles; the unique qualities that motion gaming offered are now available in accessories from rival consoles.

    The Bottom Line:
    For families and lovers of casual games, the still-affordable Wii represents the best console bundle value of the holiday season in terms of dollars spent; however, the Wii's getting long in the tooth, and other game consoles offer more entertainment options and functionality for their higher price tags.

    Score details
    Overall: 7.0/10
    Design: 8.0/10
    Features: 6.0/10
    Performance: 7.0/10

    6 år sedan
  • Home Theater Mag

    Build Quality: 8.6/10
    • Thin, white plastic housing; Sensor Bar feels downright fragile

    • Almost impossibly compact design, owing partly to an external power brick

    Value: 9.5/10
    • Although it lacks DVD/high-def-video playback like some others, it is priced to move

    • No hard drive, but did I mention it's only $250?

    Features: 9/10
    • A variety of channels put games, info, friends, and new content at your fingertips

    • Backwards-compatible with GameCube games and accessories, plus Nintendo classics

    Performance: 8.8/10
    • Overall solid audio and video, despite the presence of jaggies

    • Wi-Fi performance and Internet access can be temperamental

    Ergonomics: 9.3/10
    • Once set up, it feels so intuitive, it hardly feels like you're playing a game

    • But like most "wireless" devices, there are a lot of wires and other doodads here

    Overall Rating: 9/10
    Talk of a DVD-enabled deluxe model later in 2007—and short supplies at launch—might stay your credit card right now. But, with support for the most popular new franchise titles and many Wii exclusives to exploit those mind-boggling controllers, the Wii is a one-way ticket to Funsville.

    7 år sedan
  • Nintendo Wii

    Now that the amazement over the Nintendo Wii's innovative gameplay (and retail shortages) has worn off, it's time to take a clear-eyed look at the benefits of owning a Wii over a now similarly priced Microsoft Xbox 360 or pricier Sony PlayStation 3. As they were two years ago, the differences remain stark—akin to comparing an iPod shuffle to an iPhone. Besides the enormous differences in graphics quality, the "grown-up" consoles just look better, do more, and fit in more seamlessly with your home-theater setup. The Wii, for all its adorableness, is a game console for children. There, I said it.

    8 år sedan
  • Nintendo Wii review

    For

    • Great playability
    • included Wii Sports is compelling
    • Unique controllers
    • Easy-to-use menu system and media functions

    Against

    • Graphics can't compete with the Xbox 360 and PS3
    • Games still expensive
    • Opera browser not included as standard
    • Needs Flash upgrade
    • Media functions could be better
    • Poor battery life for controllers

    8 år sedan
  • We Like:

    • Fashionable white styling
    • offset by cool grey stand. The packaging it came in was well thought out and instructions simple and easy to follow. The Wii Sports game will train you to the ways of Wii effortlessly and continues to be a fun package long after you've discovered other games. The bluetooth controllers are worthy of the hype and provide an innovative approach. Supports older GameCube games. Channels and WiFi is icing on the cake.

    We Don't Like:

    • The controllers take a bit of getting used to and for those of us with big hands would benefit from wider spacing between buttons as unintentional presses at key moments can be more than a little annoying. While the Wii doesn't play DVD's
    • something which would cement it into the living room experience
    • the expandability through Wii Channels and possible future accessories counteract these shortcomings.

    The Wii is the coming together of years of research (initially conceived after the GameCube release), innovation and good solid well thought out design. Not only does it do everything it's supposed to, it has the possibility to grow in the future. While the ability to play DVD's would have been great, it was never designed to do this - so I can't hold that against it.

    9 år sedan
  • Pros:
    Innovative control system, family appeal, great sports compilation included.

    Verdict:
    This console transforms gaming from being a geek’s pastime into a fun engaging activity for all the family. Ingenious.

    10 år sedan
  • Altgamer.com

    Pros: Revolutionary new pointing device that can also act as a physical fitness tool.

    Cons: Only one controller, no HD cables included, still not easy to find in stores.

    Who's it for?: People who like cutting edge technology at affordable prices and any gamer that appreciates the definition of gaming fun.

    10 år sedan
  • Nintendo Wii review

    Build Quality: 8/10
    Features: 8/10
    Value for Money: 8/10
    Overall: 8/10

    Those looking for HD graphics and Blu-ray capabilities should wait for the PS3. But we think the Nintendo Wii, a fun console with a refreshingly different controller, will have a wide appeal – especially among casual gamers.

    10 år sedan
  • Register Hardware

    Videogaming to get you off the sofa and onto your feet, the Wii's a revelation...

    10 år sedan
  • Pros:
    It looks super sexy!
    Wii-mote and Nunchuck are a match made in heaven
    Some superb games
    Even the user interface is fun
    Retro games
    Top marks for creativity

    Cons:
    Not all Wii channels are functional
    Graphics are not the greatest
    We're knackered

    Editor's Choice Award

    Good Value Award

    10 år sedan
  • The good: Small, cute, interactive, cheap, innovative
    The bad: Graphics, lack of home entertainment features
    Verdict: Although the graphics aren't up to what gamers will be expecting for a next generation console, the gameplay and its interactivity will have you jumping around the living room with joy

    10 år sedan
  • T3

    WE LOVE:


    • Unique control system

    • Fun, unusual games

    • Compact size

    WE HATE:


    • Some disappointing titles

    WE SAY:
    Wii is the games console we've been waiting for. Demand one this Christmas!

    10 år sedan
  • The Geek Beat

    The $250 Wii brings something to gaming that’s been missing for a while – fun. Nintendo’s ability to maintain its innocence while appealing equally to both male and female gamers in an increasingly testosterone-driven business is nothing short of remarkable. Oh yeah, and the Wiimote is a blast. We give it a 9 on the Geek-o-Meter.

    10 år sedan
  • CNET Australia

    Good:

    • Sleek and simple design makes it a fit in most living rooms
    • Simple and intuitive to use
    • Easy operation
    • Simple slideshow functionality
    • Can play GameCube games
    • Virtual Console
    • Cheapest next-gen console

    Bad:

    • Only composite cables included
    • No recharge system for wireless remotes
    • Remote sensors can be a little finicky
    • Limited online capabilities

    Verdict:
    Nintendo's next-gen machine is a great addition to the console race, one that focuses on playability over power. It's sure to win some new converts to gaming, although discerning tech-heads may balk at its lack of functionality and features.

    10 år sedan
  • Nintendo Wii

    The Xbox 360 did get a head start on the next generation consoles, but now that the playing field is being leveled we can expect the war to be much more heated. As we said, the Wii is by no means trying to win gamers over by having top of the line graphics or wide-ranging media features, but it instead offers a pure and simple gaming experience that could very well revolutionize the industry. Although it’s still very early on and the developers are only beginning to test the Wii’s capabilities, without a doubt this system has the potential to reach gamers of all age groups. Keep your eyes posted on Gaming Heaven shortly for reviews of Wii games.

    Editor's Choice

    10 år sedan
  • Pros
    The most fun gaming experience ever. Motion-sensitivity better than PS3’s tilt joypad. Great price. Sega classics available to download online.

    Cons
    Basic, standard-def graphics. No multiplayer online gaming. Not all games suit the format. No DVD playback.

    10 år sedan
  • The Good:
    Wii controller creates an entirely novel playing experience

    The Bad:
    Online features not fully enabled; graphics don't match rival consoles

    The Bottom Line:
    Online features not fully enabled; graphics don't match rival consoles

    10 år sedan
  • Digital Trends

    A fantastic effort that you'll have to try firsthand to believe, the Wii finally sees Nintendo return to form.

    Highs:
    Motion-sensing abilities; innovative; large game library; ease-of-use; Virtual console

    Lows:
    Lacks high-end A/V options; not as powerful as PS3/Xbox 360; remote demands AA batteries; sensor bar required

    10 år sedan
  • PC Magazine

    Editor's Note : The Nintendo Wii will go on sale starting Sunday, November 19.Let's get this out of the way first: the Wii's graphics look terrible compared with the competition. But within about a half hour of playing games on Nintendo's revolutionary Wi

    10 år sedan
  • Nintendo Wii (original, Wii Sports bundle)

    The good:
    Revolutionary controller design offers unique motion-sensitive gameplay options; built-in Wi-Fi delivers free online services and gameplay; Virtual Console has major nostalgia appeal; compatible with all GameCube games and controllers; built-in SD slot for storage and photo viewing; latest bundle includes Wii Sports and Wii Sports Resort games, plus MotionPlus attachment; compatible with Netflix video streaming.

    The bad:
    Controller eats batteries and takes some time to get used to; online gaming and community features hobbled by horrible "friends code" system; lacks the advanced HD graphics and surround sound found on the Xbox 360 and the PS3; requires a wired receiver unit placed near the TV to interface with wireless controllers; can't play CDs or DVDs; lacks a steady stream of compelling game releases compared to rival consoles.

    The bottom line:
    If you don't mind the dearth of HD graphics, the Nintendo Wii's combination of motion-sensitive controllers, included Wii Sports titles, and emphasis on fun gameplay make the ultra-affordable console hard to resist.

    10 år sedan
  • Pros: You will not pry the Nintendo DS out of my 9 year old nephew's hands with anything less than a thermonuclear blast. I suspect the same thing is going to happen after he gets his paws on the Nintendo Wii. What a fun experience it is. Mind you, my wife is unlikely to let go of the Wii-mote any time too soon either. The Wii does not offer high definition video output, but you'll nonetheless find that it's all a huge step up from the GameCube. Nintendo has worked closely with graphics hardware superstar ATI to come up with a wonderful graphics processor for the Wii. The new processor and the fancy NAND flash memory also make the Wii much faster than the GameCube. The overall visual experience is rich, satisfying and amazingly detailed. The 3D rendering, cool textures, strangely realistic surfaces, characters and colorful situations are innately intriguing. The combined Wii-mote and Nunchuk can be held in either hand to fully accommodate left-handed and right-handed people. The large number of excellent new game titles which take advantage of the Wii design, the delightful wireless controller technology, and the wonderful selection of games clearly stand out as the main reason to choose the Nintendo Wii over an Xbox 360 or a PlayStation 3. Fancy that—dropping a new game console onto the market along with a matching raftload of hot titles. Makes sense to me. The large number of Wii-optimized game titles are terrific with dozens and dozens more in the pipeline. Graphics output works perfectly with both 4:3 and 16:9 television aspect ratios. The 480p output is clean and remarkably detailed, which is a tribute to both the hardware makers and the game designers. The bundled Wii Sports should provide a lot of fun for every member of your family; in our view it's the best family or group sports game suite ever released. Designed for kids and adults alike, even some jaded teens. Nintendo has hit a home run. Highly recommended.

    Cons: The wireless controller will eat cheap batteries very quickly. We recommend spending some money on 2800 MaH NiMH rechargeable AA batteries—the high load ones sold for digital cameras—along with an appropriate charger. The reasonably heavy duty cable connecting the Wii-mote and the Nunchuk should be long enough for most people, but until you get used to active motion sensing while they're connected (most notably during hand-to-hand combat and martial arts games), be careful with your arm and hand movements in order to avoid flipping the cable behind your head, snagging a nearby lamp and so on. I have a nicely bruised knuckle from hitting a side table during an early swing in Wii Sports Bowling; the motion sensing controllers will turn you into a believer in no time, but you'll have to position yourself carefully for some games. No CD or DVD playback. At this price point, we really don't have a lot of complaints. Considering how well the Wii works and how much fun it is, we really shouldn't be complaining at all.

    10 år sedan
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    Nintendo Wii Review

    Conclusion
    The Wii provides a fun gaming platform for everyone. While the PS3 and the Xbox 360 are devices that are loved by many avid gamers, the Wii will be loved by the whole family. The scope of the games goes well beyond the shoot'em up games and extends to games that can be enjoyed by everyone. We have seen a four year old having just as much fun on the Wii as her 86 year old great-grandmother.While the Wii lacks the rich graphics, the media features, and the DVD/Blu-Ray of the Xbox 360 or the PS3, its unique motion-sensitive remotes and play movements provide a different type of gaming experience that is equally rich in a totally different way. At USD 200, it is affordable and will provide hours of fun.Pros:Fun for the whole familyWonderful motion sensitive remotesBuilt-in Wi-FiCompatible with GameCube gamesRetro games availableBuilt-in SD slot for storage and photo viewing Includes Wii Sports gamesAffordableCons:Games are location specificWired Internet requires an adapterOnline gaming and communities a bit difficult to setup and useAdditional Wiimote and nunchucks must be purchased separatelyGraphics, sound and display not as advanced as other gaming devicesCan’t play CDs, DVDs or Blu-Ray discs

    7 år sedan
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    Nintendo Wii Game Console Video Review

    The Nintendo Wii Game Console is all the rage, but it's not about the high definition graphics. What everyone is getting so excited about is the gameplay. This game console literally puts you in the game. It's a tremendous amount of fun, especially with two or more players. It's really something you have to experience yourself to appreciate! Watch the video to find out more and check out the bloopers at the end.

    7 år sedan
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    Ars Technica

    The Good:

    • Strong launch roster with good variety of games including...
    • ...LostWinds
    • Prices are on-par with competition
    • Potential for plenty of Wii-specific, motion-based games
    • Support for downloadable content and online leaderboards, multiplayer

    The Bad:

    • The clunky Wii Shop interface needs to be updated
    • Storage space is definitely an issue now

    The Ugly:

    • The inevitable birth of a third breed of Wii Friend codes: console ones, disc game ones, and WiiWare ones.

    9 år sedan
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    Digital Home Thoughts

    Summary: The Nintendo Wii is Nintendo’s fifth generation home gaming console and may prove to be their most innovative one to date. The Wii offers a completely new way to interact with video games by using a motion sensitive controller called the Wii remote. If you want to play golf, swing the remote like a golf club. Feel up for a game of tennis? Use the remote like a tennis racket. Experiences like this are what Nintendo is hoping will draw people to their new system. Does the system deliver on this? Is it as easy to pick up and use as advertised?

    10 år sedan
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    HardOCP

    Cons:

    • Vibrations when game discs are in drive
    • No DVD playback
    • Wii remote battery life
    • Extremely limited availability
    • Complicated friends list

    Pros:

    • Wii remote
    • Free internet – online gaming
    • Backwards compatibility
    • Retro games
    • Price
    • Family friendly
    • Size
    • Extremely high fun factor

    Gold Award

    10 år sedan
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    Nintendo Wii

    Cons:

    • Vibrations when game discs are in drive
    • No DVD playback
    • Wii remote battery life
    • Extremely limited availability
    • Complicated friends list

    Pros:

    • Wii remote
    • Free internet – online gaming
    • Backwards compatibility
    • Retro games
    • Price
    • Family friendly
    • Size
    • Extremely high fun factor

    Gold Award

    10 år sedan
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    Good points:

    • Relatively cheap and easy to use
    • Wifi ready
    • Great fun

    Bad points:

    • Low-res graphics
    • No high-definition support
    • Potential for Wii-related injuries

    Bad points:

    Overall:
    Serious gamers might want to stick to the sofa, butthere’s no denying the Nintendo Wii’s charm or its potential.

    10 år sedan
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    Firing Squad: Nintendo Wii Review

    FiringSquad says: GA_googleFillSlot("Rectangle_336x280_Homepage");Reading this review you may think I have been highly critical of the Wii and that's a fair argument.As I have said, the Nintendo Wii is both a revolutionary device and a retro console but overall the price, the promise of the Wiimote, and the great launch title Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess are more than reason enough to pick one up (again if you can get one) and reason enough to justify our final grade.It certainly offers more at this stage than Sony's PS3 which got lower marks in our review a few weeks ago. I wish the graphics were better and I really wish Nintendo would stop fooling around and get online multiplayer games for the Wii up and running sooner rather than later. Despite sell-outs and solid reviews, the real test of the Wii and Nintendo’s support for it will come later in 2007 when we will see if Nintendo can keep its promise and release its major Wii games before the fall holiday season.Can the Wii truly open up video games to a broader audience or will it become a novelty that will fail to hold its initial Christmas buying rush? That remains to be seen. For the moment, we think that the Wii is certainly worth a look, especially for Legend of Zelda which at the moment is the template for all other game developers who are making games for the console.

    10 år sedan
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    Pros:
    Small; cheap; innovative controller system; originaland accessible software titles; backwards compatibility and downloadableNintendo/Sega classics

    Cons:
    Less raw power than its competitors; few ‘added value’features; no HD

    Overall:
    The easy-to-pick-up controller system could well winconsole gaming a fresh following, but only a steady stream of strong softwarewill get everyone bursting for a Wii.

    10 år sedan
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    IT Reviews.co.uk

    As good as you'd hoped it would be. With an impressive launch line-up and a low launch price, the Nintendo Wii is a real triumph. Let's hope it gets the support it deserves.

    10 år sedan
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    Nintendo Wii Review

    Highs

    • Motion-sensing abilities; innovative; large game library; ease-of-use; Virtual console

    Lows

    • Lacks high-end A/V options; not as powerful as PS3/Xbox 360; remote demands AA batteries; sensor bar required

    10 år sedan
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    Best For Families

    The console originally codenamed "Revolution" has delivered just that. Ignore the daft name and get your hands a games machine unlike any other. With its superb motion-sensing controllers, wallet-friendly price and focus on uncomplicated, active fun, Wii will be enjoyed by every member of the family.

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Externa förhandstittar på Nintendo Wii

  • Wii - WII - Review

    From games that mimic real-lifescenarios – Wii Sports and Trauma Center – to games that reinvent and re-imagineor greatest journeys – Twilight Princess, Tony Hawk's Downhill Jam and MetroidPrime 3 – the Nintendo Wii is just as Nintendo stated in 2005: it is arevolution. The ability to pick up a controller or some other device and use it tomanipulate objects was once an ill-fated dream. I'm reminded of the Power Glove,and the brief push Sega and Nintendo gave to their sub-par lightguns. Theseperipherals had great promise but didn't deliver anything special. Wii Remote: 9.8Wii Remote Potential: 10+ (limitless) I went into E3 not knowing what to expect, not knowing if the Wii was for real,or if this was going to be another dream that couldn't come true. My firstexperience with Wii Baseball proved that this was no dream. Right then Irealized why, for several months leading up to Wii's unveiling, Nintendo wasfilled with hype and promises but wouldn't confirm or show anything. They saidthey didn't want the competition to jump on board...

    10 år sedan
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    Gadgetell

    Thanks to the Thanksgiving holiday, it is now clear that the Wii is the most family-friendly of all the game systems. If you are a long-time, hard-core gamer, you likely will not like the WiiMote right away. Give it a good 30 minutes before you completely dismiss it. I promise you will be surprised.

    10 år sedan
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    The good: Small, cute, interactive, cheap, innovative
    The bad: Graphics, lack of home entertainment features
    Verdict: Although the graphics aren't up to what gamers will be expecting for a next generation console, the gameplay and its interactivity will have you jumping around the living room with joy

    10 år sedan