Nintendo Wii: Nintendo Says You Must Exercise More!

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A furore of complaints have recently been directed Nintendo’s way by tender gamers who’re complaining of sore muscles, whilst engaging in frivolous bouts of Wii game-play.

To help provide gamers with a remedy for this questionable problem, Nintendo has stated rather reasonably that; “If people are finding themselves sore, they may need to exercise more.”

Could this unabashed response from Nintendo lead to a multitude of under-exercised, and overweight Nintendo gamers descending upon their local gymnasium? For the sake of the nations health, let’s hope so.

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5 thoughts on “Nintendo Wii: Nintendo Says You Must Exercise More!

  1. Thanks SyCho :) It isn’t bad, considering I started this blog 8 months ago. I’ll therefore take this time out to say a huge ‘thank you’ to everyone that’s visited my blog. Much appreciated as always :)

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  2. I think that people who complain about having to move around while playing a video game are idiots. I mean really, if you can’t swing two simple remotes for a couple of hours without sweating, then trust me, YOU NEED THE WORKOUT. Anyway, good find Sickr! I got my site up, I figured out my stupid mistake =p.

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  3. Moving around whilst playing video games sparks the feeling of interactivity, as though you’re actually immersing yourself within the title you’re playing. Without this unique feature the Nintendo Wii wouldn’t be the revolutionary machine it is, and subsequently those under exercised gamers complaining about sore muscles would instead be moaning about the lack of innovation in the video gaming industry.
    Anyhow Julian it’s great to see your blog up and running once again. All the best with it :)

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