At a Nintendo developer’s roundtable event this evening in Los Angeles, a German journalist asked Nintendo designer Shigeru Miyamoto if it would be more appropriate to call “Wii Music,” which lacks goals and points, a “toy” rather than a “video game.”Miyamoto replied tersely: “Yes, that’s right. And that’s why it’s more interesting than a video game.”
He made a distinction between toy and video game. Apparently miyamoto himself thinks that there is a difference between a toy and a video game.
with this is mind tell me in your own words what the difference is between a toy and a video game.