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Do you still play the Wii
#11
Russell Burrows Wrote:By Monday or Tuesday some customer re-seller is going to come by for it as its been traded for 220 dollars and it will be shipped to some poor dad to give to a kid in Argentina to play Wii-Play.............geez I feel for that poor kid but business is business.

Wait, their trade in is $220?

I don't know what I'm waiting for. Some good 360 games are coming soon.
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#12
farfus Wrote:Yeah it wont be 6 months before Wii's will be selling for $99 used at Gamestop i expect. I remember how cheap the GC got, that was what i used while i waited on a new ps2 to arrive...

The only problem with your logic is that the demand for the Wii is nothing like that of the GC.
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#13
For those who may be interested this is a new use for the Wii:

X-OOM SOFTWARE LAUNCHES NEW MEDIA CENTRE FOR Wii

NINTENDO Wii NOW A FULLY FLEDGED PERSONAL ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM USING BUILT IN WI-FI TO ACCESS DIGITAL MEDIA FILES ON PC

X-OOM Software, part of bhv Software, a leading publisher of digital media software for media devices, will be releasing its X-OOM Media Centre for Wii in late October 2007. This ground breaking product turns your Nintendo Wii into a fully functional media centre, accessing all digital media on a PC via the Wii’s built-in Wi-Fi capability, allowing users to access their music, view photos and watch films on their Nintendo Wii.

NO CABLES, NO MEMORY CARDS, NO DISCS

X-OOM Media Centre for Wii will transfer media files to the Wii with a few clicks using the built in Wi-Fi connection, entirely eliminating the need for any cables, CDs or a memory card. This latest software for a PC will effectively transform a Nintendo Wii into a personal multimedia station for the sitting room in one, uncomplicated process.

With a PC at home usually located upstairs in a bedroom or a home office, and a Nintendo gaming console usually in the living room, X-OOM’s latest software will effectively bridge the gap between the two media devices. Now you will be able to access all digital media files normally stored on a PC directly on the Nintendo Wii in the living room.

Straight forward installation and a clear, accessible structure make this new innovative system really easy to use. X-OOM’s interface on the Wii is easily navigated using the Wii wireless remote control. Video and audio files are streamed direct to the Wii so users can watch or listen instantly. It will also provide access to more than 1000 TV channels and radio stations and caters for all your media files in one package.

Network connection through WLAN or LAN. Supports MP3, WMA, OGG, DivX, XviD, MPEG 2, MPEG 4, WMV, JPG, BMP.

Notes to editor:

X-OOM Media Centre for Wii is priced at GBP 29.99 and will be available from www.X-OOM.com and www.amazon.co.uk

About X-OOM

X-OOM is a division of bhv Software GmbH & Co.KG, an international software publisher for over 20 years. X-OOM is a series of software products that empowers the users to enjoy their digital lifestyle without limits. Aimed at both novice and advanced users, X-OOM delivers the level of control and flexibility required to get the most value and the best experience from digital media. X-OOM’s head office is based in Germany. www.X-OOM.com
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#14
farfus Wrote:For those who may be interested this is a new use for the Wii:

X-OOM SOFTWARE LAUNCHES NEW MEDIA CENTRE FOR Wii

NINTENDO Wii NOW A FULLY FLEDGED PERSONAL ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM USING BUILT IN WI-FI TO ACCESS DIGITAL MEDIA FILES ON PC

X-OOM Software, part of bhv Software, a leading publisher of digital media software for media devices, will be releasing its X-OOM Media Centre for Wii in late October 2007. This ground breaking product turns your Nintendo Wii into a fully functional media centre, accessing all digital media on a PC via the Wii’s built-in Wi-Fi capability, allowing users to access their music, view photos and watch films on their Nintendo Wii.

NO CABLES, NO MEMORY CARDS, NO DISCS

X-OOM Media Centre for Wii will transfer media files to the Wii with a few clicks using the built in Wi-Fi connection, entirely eliminating the need for any cables, CDs or a memory card. This latest software for a PC will effectively transform a Nintendo Wii into a personal multimedia station for the sitting room in one, uncomplicated process.

With a PC at home usually located upstairs in a bedroom or a home office, and a Nintendo gaming console usually in the living room, X-OOM’s latest software will effectively bridge the gap between the two media devices. Now you will be able to access all digital media files normally stored on a PC directly on the Nintendo Wii in the living room.

Straight forward installation and a clear, accessible structure make this new innovative system really easy to use. X-OOM’s interface on the Wii is easily navigated using the Wii wireless remote control. Video and audio files are streamed direct to the Wii so users can watch or listen instantly. It will also provide access to more than 1000 TV channels and radio stations and caters for all your media files in one package.

Network connection through WLAN or LAN. Supports MP3, WMA, OGG, DivX, XviD, MPEG 2, MPEG 4, WMV, JPG, BMP.

Notes to editor:

X-OOM Media Centre for Wii is priced at GBP 29.99 and will be available from www.X-OOM.com and www.amazon.co.uk

About X-OOM

X-OOM is a division of bhv Software GmbH & Co.KG, an international software publisher for over 20 years. X-OOM is a series of software products that empowers the users to enjoy their digital lifestyle without limits. Aimed at both novice and advanced users, X-OOM delivers the level of control and flexibility required to get the most value and the best experience from digital media. X-OOM’s head office is based in Germany. www.X-OOM.com








Its sloooooooooooooow.

I still prefer using it as a wheelchock as the gameing aspects got old.
Today my wheelchock is off to Argentina but tomorrow somebody else will bring another Wii wheelchock to my shop.

Back to either my 360 or my PS3.
Later.
Never play with a wasps nest.
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#15
I sold my Wii the other day and purchased a Xbox 360. To be honest the Wii isn't cutting it out for me and Xbox 360 is looking to be a big hit. (i already own a PS3). So sooo long my poor old Wii and welcome the new X360.
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#16
... i haven't played mine since Super Smash Bros. Brawl came out(played it for about a week). But at least the Wii made its mark. I'm just waiting for the next generation: Nintendo Virtual Reality that uses your neural signals to move the character on screen! For only 53 easy payments of $19.95!!! (if you feel faint or dizzy contact a doctor immediately because you have a brain tumor)
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#17
Mr. SunburnMan Wrote:You misspelled Metroid Prime.:boo:

Sunburn Man, while we may not see eye to eye on all matters PlayStation, I must give credit where credit is due. That was hilarious! I am a huge fan of the Metroid series, as well. Kudos!:rox:
We don't stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing. George Bernard Shaw
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#18
I havent played the Wii in months until I bought the Monopoly game and four of us played. If you like monopoly you would like this game.
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