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    Default Wii or No?

    Ok if you were a teenage boy around 14 or 15 years old do you think you would rather have:

    A) A wii and one or two games
    B) A water slide, a pogo stick, and a skate board


    Or do you think that both options work and it doesn't really matter?

    Oh wait, heh I just realized that I know the perfect people to ask this question. Meh oh well I'll post this thread anyway.

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    I'm trying to figure out what to get my brothers for christmas.
    I already know they would love a wii but it's just iono, all they ever do is play video games and I sort of wanted to get them something where they could get out and be active instead of just melting their brains with video games.

    Lol I'm like that relative that gets you that nasty carrot cake on your birthday cuz it's healthier. Or the lady that hands out granola bars instead of candy on halloween. Haha.

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    The Wii is as close as you can get to excersize for gamers...

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    I won't play with anyone else's Wii. I only play with my own Wii in private, and I wash my hands afterwards.

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    You could get that "Wii fit" thing. It's an excercise routine disguised as a video game.
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    well with the wii you know they will all like it. if you get individual items they might like what they got but like what their brother got more. this could cause a) jealousy b) fighting. the wii is a great system that they can all play. my friends and i all play the wii in a group, its a great group system. I personally wouldn't buy one for myself, i would aim for a ps3 or just upgrade my computer.
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    I got the Wii for my son's 6th birthday this summer, and we love it. The games are a lot of fun, very group oriented as said above, and my girlfriend and I use the Wii Fit every night after our normal work out routine.

    Definitely a fun investment.

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    Wii or Xbox 360 would better better, for the reasons Mlittrel stated.

    I say Xbox 360 as well cause it would have just as good a chance for being loved.

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    Best thing about the Wii is that it's fun but not addictive.

    It's the easiest system to put down ever.
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