- Jul 28, 2008
I think the Wii was a bold experiment for the time and while it was fun for a time it wore thin. The Wii motion plus and Skyward sword was nintendo having one last crack at it before abandoning it almost entirely (only having minor gyro controls on the WiiU)Chaos Isaac said:The Wii. I mean. Just. The entire system and almost everything on it. For specific games... Skyward Sword, Metroid: Other M, Link's Crossbow Training, Most Mario Games, the abundance of shovelware.
I mean. Bleh. Also the bullshit of new versions of the DS every other year.
Metroid; other M's problems were down to a director pulling a george lucas and forgetting what made his series good in the first place.
You seem to be missing out Twilight princess, often considered one of the best Zelda games out there.
As for the DS? those are really only meant to be picked up if you need the upgrade. You say DS though there have been 2 distinct handheld systems as the DS and the 3DS are completely different handheld generations.
The DS had 3 main versions; Base model, lite and the final DSi version.
the 3DS has really only had 3 with varying sizes for personal preference, and the 2DS was a version purely made for kids as it was a cheaper, studier unit with no 3D mode (and the fact it was released allongside pokemon spoke volumes about it's true intentions)
I mean compare the DS with the number of PS3's and Xbox360s there have been over the years.