No. I am not misusing facts. The Wii was a paper weight where most people enjoyed Wii Sports and then threw it away. Even during the years of its high sales it still recorded lower usage than consoles who sold half of what it sold or in other cases wayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy less. As I said before, gamers seemed to have recieved more usage from the Gamecube. That is sad. Even Guitar Hero demanded more skill and had tournaments compared to a lot of the casual games on the Wii.
The PS2 had a stronger library from a more diverse group of developers who werent looking at the console as a quick cash grab. This is why you see so many cash grab games on the Wii in the first place. The intent wasnt exactly there to build a library off of quality because non-gamers and little kids wouldnt know the difference.
Offer facts, not opinions. The Wii had guitar hero, and your usage argument was debunked above. The PS2 may have had a stronger library, but part of its library strongly resembles the Wii's. Even if the Wii ended up being a cash grab for many of those games, they were also cash-grabs on the PS2. Non-gamers and kids existed as consumers of the PS2, you can't argue otherwise.