The Wii really is for non-gamers!

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Well, I had a wonderful experience bringing my Wii to my mom’s house.

I was playing Call of Duty 3 when my stepdad walked in. He wanted to play bad. When he picked up the remote and nunchuk, he couldn’t aim AT ALL! I told him just point the remote at the screen and you’ll be fine. So my non-gaming dad played a little Call of Duty…

But then my sister saw my steering wheel attachment and wanted to play a racing game. So comes in GT Pro Series. My sister played first, then my mom, and then MY GRANDMA PLAYED!!! She was so bad. We were literally rolling on the floor because SHE KEPT HITTING THE WALLS! I guess that’s why grandmas can’t drive! I even took a photo of it! Then my stepdad played GT Pro Series, and he got 4th! Everyone else couldn’t surpass 12th place.

So, in conclusion, I guess Iwata and Miyamoto really are striving for the non-gamers!!

Anyone else had this kind of experience on the Wii yet? Man, it was literally crying and laughing when my grandma was driving all over the place.

justin_hazlett2001@yahoo.com'
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About the author:

I’m 25 and own my own home. I have one step child and a wife. I work as a Team leader at a restuarant about 50 hrs. a week. Otherwise, I surf the web or play video games.

Justin – who has written posts on NintendoFuse.


  • http://www.myspace.com/farewell2mars Kev

    I had the Wii in my living room after my family had eaten and My whole family was having a ball playing Wii Sports, The Bowling and Tennis won them over, Same expreince, Most of my family are not gamers, But myself, My best friend and my cousin got into playing DBZ and my uncle wanted to give it a try after seeing us squeel like little girls throwing fire balls and beating the crap out of each other. Nintendo has done the impossible by making almost every male member of my family go out and buy a Wii on the sheer fun they had playing it on thanksgiving night.

  • http://www.myspace.com/farewell2mars Kev

    I had the Wii in my living room after my family had eaten and My whole family was having a ball playing Wii Sports, The Bowling and Tennis won them over, Same expreince, Most of my family are not gamers, But myself, My best friend and my cousin got into playing DBZ and my uncle wanted to give it a try after seeing us squeel like little girls throwing fire balls and beating the crap out of each other. Nintendo has done the impossible by making almost every male member of my family go out and buy a Wii on the sheer fun they had playing it on thanksgiving night.

  • http://www.myspace.com/farewell2mars Kev

    I had the Wii in my living room after my family had eaten and My whole family was having a ball playing Wii Sports, The Bowling and Tennis won them over, Same expreince, Most of my family are not gamers, But myself, My best friend and my cousin got into playing DBZ and my uncle wanted to give it a try after seeing us squeel like little girls throwing fire balls and beating the crap out of each other. Nintendo has done the impossible by making almost every male member of my family go out and buy a Wii on the sheer fun they had playing it on thanksgiving night.

  • hey_suburbia

    My dad and step mom LOVED Wii Sports, they picked it right away and played for hours.

    I then played my Madden against my dad, played the whole game and he BEAT me. It was so fun.

  • hey_suburbia

    My dad and step mom LOVED Wii Sports, they picked it right away and played for hours.

    I then played my Madden against my dad, played the whole game and he BEAT me. It was so fun.

  • hey_suburbia

    My dad and step mom LOVED Wii Sports, they picked it right away and played for hours.

    I then played my Madden against my dad, played the whole game and he BEAT me. It was so fun.

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