You'd do well to read the things you link before you link them.
Hyperbole contains a significant, usually overblown exaggeration used to illustrate a general point of opinion. For example, take the statement, "There have been no good first-party games out for the Wii in ages!" The bolded words are the part subject to hyperbole. However, the speaker doesn't really mean that it has actually been ages since the last first-party Wii release. Instead, a non-hyperbolic version of the sentence would read, "There have been no good first-party games out for the Wii for a long time."
However, your statement reads: "Some of the replies in this thread make me laugh: 'I'm not tired of the Wii because I still have to play these 2 year old games!'" The bolded part, I'm assuming, is the part subject to hyperbole. However, it is not for two reasons. First, it contains no significant exaggeration; the Wii has been out for about one and a half years, so lengthening that to two years is barely an exaggeration at all. Second, there is no equivalent generalized statement of opinion. You may have intended the sentence to mean, "I'm not tired of the Wii because I still have to play these very old games," but "2 years old" is hardly "very old" in the video game world. Alternatively, you may have meant, "I'm not tired of the Wii because I still have to play these games that are at least a few months old, but that's a statement of fact, not opinion, and exaggerating a statement of fact by making another exact statement that's significantly, but not exaggeratedly, bigger than the first isn't hyperbole; it's just obfuscation.
If you intended your statement to be hyperbole, therefore, it should have read something along the lines of, "I'm not tired of the Wii because I still have to play these games that were released back in the Stone Age;" or, "I'm not tired of the Wii because I still have to play these games that are older than your grandmother." As it is, however, calling your statement "hyperbole" is just a lame attempt to back away from a blatant troll post by going, "whoa, just a joke, folks!"
And even if you did have an adequate understanding of what hyperbole is, your post still wouldn't have been funny.
tl;dr: Learn something about dramatic literary devices before you try to tell other people what they are, and stop posting if you're not going to post anything constructive.