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Easy Wii once they release the Wii Mini.



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vivster said:
Easy Wii once they release the Wii Mini.

I don't understand the joke here...



VGPolyglot said:
vivster said:
Easy Wii once they release the Wii Mini.

I don't understand the joke here...

No Joke. Switch just won't sell 150m.



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vivster said:
VGPolyglot said:

I don't understand the joke here...

No Joke. Switch just won't sell 150m.

But the Wii Mini already exists:

So, now I'm really suspicious/curious/confused!



VGPolyglot said:
vivster said:

No Joke. Switch just won't sell 150m.

But the Wii Mini already exists:

So, now I'm really suspicious/curious/confused!

I mean the "Wii Classic" or the Wii Mini Mini if you will.



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Wii will sell more. Also ps4 130 million?



vivster said:
VGPolyglot said:

But the Wii Mini already exists:

So, now I'm really suspicious/curious/confused!

I mean the "Wii Classic" or the Wii Mini Mini if you will.

Well, I assume that it wouldn't actually run on Wii hardware, and that it'd instead be just Wii emulation, which wouldn't count towards its sales.



VGPolyglot said:
vivster said:

I mean the "Wii Classic" or the Wii Mini Mini if you will.

Well, I assume that it wouldn't actually run on Wii hardware, and that it'd instead be just Wii emulation, which wouldn't count towards its sales.

Why though? Is the exact same hardware somehow the ultimate criterium for an SKU? If it runs Wii games and Nintendo says it's a Wii, shouldn't it be considered a Wii?



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vivster said:
VGPolyglot said:

Well, I assume that it wouldn't actually run on Wii hardware, and that it'd instead be just Wii emulation, which wouldn't count towards its sales.

Why though? Is the exact same hardware somehow the ultimate criterium for an SKU? If it runs Wii games and Nintendo says it's a Wii, shouldn't it be considered a Wii?

I'd say that it has to have Wii hardware to count as a Wii, yes. If it's an emulator, that means just that, it's attempting to emulate the experience while not actually being it.



VGPolyglot said:
vivster said:

Why though? Is the exact same hardware somehow the ultimate criterium for an SKU? If it runs Wii games and Nintendo says it's a Wii, shouldn't it be considered a Wii?

I'd say that it has to have Wii hardware to count as a Wii, yes. If it's an emulator, that means just that, it's attempting to emulate the experience while not actually being it.

The experience is the same or better, why does it matter if it's emulated? Doesn't the last word lie with the manufacturer? What if it gets a similar SKU number as the Wii?



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