WSJ's Walter Mossberg Says Wii More Fun Than PS3

Posted: Nov 29 2006, 12:00pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:27am CDT, in News | Gaming

 

WSJ's Walter Mossberg Says Wii more Fun than PS3
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Premier tech reviewer Walter Mossberg tested the Nintendo Wii and the Sony PS3 side-by-side. His verdict: "Our Test of New Game Systems Finds Cheaper, Simpler Wii To Be More Exciting and Fun".

This review is a bit late, but it is the WSJ after all. This is where wealthy Mommies and Daddies get the pointers about the new video consoles they need to hunt down for this holiday season.

Quote from the review:
"But the Wii won our hearts for one reason: It uses a wireless controller that can detect your arm and hand motions and transfer them to the screen, so that you can physically control the action. This opens up huge possibilities. In sports games, you can actually swing a baseball bat or tennis racket or golf club. "
Read the full review.
See this detailed Sony PS3 review and this Nintendo Wii review from our review partner Digital Trends.

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