Nintendo's latest-gen machine brought motion gaming to the world, but while its rivals — the PlayStation 3 and the Xbox 360 — have had upgrades, the Wii is pretty much the same beast it was in 2006. However, it brought gaming to homes that had never seen it and has a back catalogue of games and a low price point that newcomers Kinect and Move just can't yet compete with.AU$299.95The 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.The Bad:
Only composite cables included • No recharge system for wireless remotes • Remote sensors can be a little finicky • Limited online capabilities.
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