Article: Wii Sports Wasn't Just Waggle, It Was An Important Gateway To Gaming

Started by Æon, Nov 20, 2021, 12:47 PM

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Thomas Whitehead over at Nindendo Life has a nice article titled "Wii Sports Wasn't Just Waggle, It Was An Important Gateway To Gaming" where he talks in depth on the importance of Wii Sports in the context of his own personal family experience:

QuoteWhat made the Wii particularly special, and will forever be among many factors that enshrine Satoru Iwata's legacy in the industry, was its way of bringing various people together with easy to grasp and universal play; in the process forging new relationships between players and the pleasures of gaming. Despite our wildly different tastes and styles, my family would routinely gather and fire up the Wii for a bit of Wii Sports, which was a magical thing...

https://www.nintendolife.com/features/soapbox-wii-sports-wasnt-just-waggle-it-was-an-important-gateway-to-gaming

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