My hubbie never liked consoles but loves Wii.
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What can I say, we were a lucky few in my family that bought Wii at Xmas time. What we love about Wii Sports is that people who normally don't like to play consoles all love Wii. It is hilarious to watch couch potato men and women suddenly take up the controller and commence bowling and boxing with a belly ache laughter and huge smile.
My hubbie never played a console before even though we have a PS2, but absolutely loves the baseball game. Whilst my brother who is a fan of XBOX would happily return it in favour of the Boxing game on Wii.
So funny for me as I know people in Microsoft but could never really see why XBOX would be a family entertainment system as so many of the games are for over 18 and they are bad in terms of killing and shooting half of the world's population.
If you want to buy a console packed with lots of fun and laughter then buy Wii. It is incredible and we have only played the Wii Sports game. Looking forward to downloading all the old games and others.
Highly recommend this console to all of you. You won't stop laughing and smiling I promise you.
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