Introducing a New Challenger to the Nintendo Wii (lulz)
The Nintendo Wii and Wii Sports make for a rather engrossing combination, but there’s a brand new console in town to take on the Wii (and Wii Sports).
Enter the WiNi Sports Game console. Aside from sharing the same form factor as the Wii (and a little of the name as well), this made in China product comes with a whopping 14 arcade games, 2 music games, 8 Olympic games, 7 brain games, 4 hunter games, 3 racing games and 10 interactive sports games.
This brings an end to disc swapping and with that, gives it an advantage over the Nintendo Wii. The WiNi also comes with a pair of wireless remote controls, and now sells for about USD 100 on Ebay. Go get yours now!
Okay, enough camp. Don’t worry, I don’t encourage people to purchase rubbish like the WiNi. As you would have noticed already, the Wini is one of those Wii knock-offs that you can find on eBay or even your local supermarket/video games store. I don’t know anyone who has bought one of these stuff, and I actually stumbled on the Ebay posting while looking for cheap Nintendo DS games.
If you do have a WiNi Sports Game console, you might have been a) duped into thinking that it was the original Nintendo Wii, b) too cheap to get a Wii, or c) trying to appease a young kid with a cheap stop-gap measure (they wouldn’t know the difference), but do drop a comment on how it handles; a short review would be much appreciated as well. LulzPowered by Sidelines
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