Now admittedly, today is a little bit different. There are actually other active console makers (which there really was not by that time. Atari was doing computers, Coleco went under, Mattel sold out, and Magnavox had gotten out). Nevertheless, the reaction to the Wii – and its success – is still the same. So contrary to what some may think – Nintendo did not and "ruin" gaming and is not "ruining" gaming. It is merely starting the next evolution in gaming.
Mike from Morgantown
In fact ,dumbing down the games ,making a step back in graphics and sound(wich the NES didnt at all from the competing crew) ,offering a really poor online and diminishing the amount of inputs to control games to provide a simpler but for all publics experience is ruining gaming .At least for core and hardcore gamers.Senior citizens and soccer moms would think otherwise ,though.
Lol sorry but they didn’t go back in the graphical department they just didn’t have a big of an improvement as the 360/PS3 and the thing with the Wii-mote is that you can have the best of both worlds the core and casual. So you don’t think allot of the games fore 360/ps3 can be made better with the Wii-mote?
THe Wii isnt a single step ahead the Xbox1 after most developers words ,so well ,if you want it that way well it didnt go back in graphics but whats for sure is it didnt go ahead.
The thing with the Wiimote is that you cant have the best of both worlds.For most game genres ,the controller is just lacking.Lacking in number of inputs ,lacking in precision ...
And no ,I dont think a lot of the games for 360 and PS3 could be made better with the Wiimote.In fact ,I think most games would suck with the wiimote.Not saying that maybe some games couldnt benefit,but hardly a lot of them.