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Nintendo Wii Trailers
For the past few months, a lot of people have been quite excited with the prospect of owning one of the much coveted video game console that have certainly set the world on its toes with sheer anticipated. Many Americans certainly had an early treat with the timely release of the long awaited Nintendo Wii, which was slated last November 19, 2006 a week before Thanksgiving. The highly sensationalized release was further stimulated with Sony's decision to release the Playstation 3 within the same month. No wonder the anticipation that reached frenetic levels as the release date loomed near and thousand of people clamoring to be the first ones to get their hands on the latest gadgets.
A lot of websites have played right into the game, offering tantalizing glimpses of popular games with the Nintendo Wii trailers. Some of the well-loved games such as the Legends of Zelda are on of the main reasons why more and more people are looking at the Nintendo Wii trailers online. When the word leaked out that one of the features of the newest Nintendo is the wireless controller that allow players unhampered movements while playing the game, everyone were practically agog with excitement. When the release date finally came, hundreds of people waited outside the biting cold in the hopes of being among the first ones to enter the department stores to but the Nintendo Wii. At the same time, people who didn't mind spending more made preorders on leading online sites such as Ebay. There were even some sites that pulled out their preorder forms within such a short period of time, admitting that they were not able to anticipate the overwhelming demand for the product. A lot of people were certainly persuaded when they caught exciting Nintendo Wii trailers of the games, aside from the fact that the product is significantly cheaper by almost half the cost of Sony's Playstation 3.
Nintendo certainly didn't lagged behind in the marketing and advertising department, since they were able to sustain the public's interest even if the release dates were moved a couple of times. But for some people, it was definitely well worth the wait since Nintendo lived up to a lot of their expectations, even offering backward compatibility features. This means that all other past games of Nintendo can still be played in the new console. However, if you also would want to upgrade to the newest games versions, check out a number of Nintendo Wii trailers of the latest games on the following sites: www.watchwii.com, www.gametrailers.com and www.wiilounge.com, complete with reviews, cheat codes, screenshots and all other game information that you will need.