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41.
Wii
The Wii is great for people who enjoy older games such as Paper Mario and SMRPG. but for people who prefer better graphics, the 360 is okay.
bob: duuude I want a wii so I can play paper mario!!!!
fred: well I want a 360 so I can play call of duty!!!
by pluhguy February 05, 2009
 
1.
wii
"Wii" is the release name of the console codenamed Revolution by Nintendo Corporation due to be released in 2006.

It is pronounced similar to "we".
I'm going to play with my Wii.
by Dude, where's my bagel? April 27, 2006
 
2.
wii
A mythical video game console where if you can buy it for $250, you can sell it for $400.
The Walmart was only 5 minutes away. When I called, they told me they had one Wii in stock, but couldn't hold it for me. I rushed over, but by the time I got there they had already sold it.
by Alfie the Horndog February 08, 2008
 
3.
Wii
The 5th generation of Nintendo's video game consoles. Previously known by the code-name "Revolution".

The Nintendo Wii is taking a different direction to other consoles, instead of concentrating on the latest and greatest in graphical tech the Wii is boasting a revolutionary new controller and gameplay style.
Nintendo's press release about the name change from the code-name "Revolution" to the official name "Wii":

"Introducing ... Wii. As in "we." While the code-name "Revolution" expressed our direction, Wii represents the answer. Wii will break down that wall that separates video game players from everybody else. Wii will put people more in touch with their games ... and each other. But you're probably asking: What does the name mean?"

"Wii sounds like 'we,' which emphasizes this console is for everyone. Wii can easily be remembered by people around the world, no matter what language they speak. No confusion. No need to abbreviate. Just Wii."

"Wii has a distinctive "ii" spelling that symbolizes both the unique controllers and the image of people gathering to play. And Wii, as a name and a console, brings something revolutionary to the world of video games that sets it apart from the crowd."

"So that's Wii. But now Nintendo needs you. Because, it's really not about you or me. It's about Wii. And together, Wii will change everything."
by Nequam May 03, 2006
 
4.
Wii
Something you can't find.
Clueless Shopper, "Where are you're Wii's."

Clerk begins to laugh
by Mr. Morgan December 09, 2007
 
5.
Wii
The official name of Nintendo's fifth generation gaming console, successor to the Gamecube. Previously code-named the Revolution, it has been made to do just that: Revolutionize gaming. Utilizing innovative technology, including a motion-detecting controller, and boasting an enormous library of older games ranging from the Nintendo Entertainment System to the present and a backward-compatible virtual console to play them on, it is sure to do so. Its media drive accepts DVD-sized discs as well as 8 cm Gamecube discs. Information circulating recently suggests that the base will not only assist the Wii in maintaining its erect position (excuse the pun), but also act as a power source when being used abroad.

The controller, paired with sensors placed on either side of the television screen is capable of detecting movement in 3D space. In this way, many actions possible in the game can be simulated and controlled by the user. It is rumored to have various extensions, called "shells," to change the style of gameplay accordingly to a certain game. For example, as illustrated by IGN, a gun-shaped shell could adapt the controller for FPS-style play. They are to be attached at the base of the controller, where an expansion port is located. A nunchaku-style analog extension has been confirmed, which will serve as a means of traditional gameplay (i.e. Gamecube), though the GCN's controllers can be used as well.

Nintendo has also claimed to provide free Wi-Fi (wireless fidelity) services for online gaming.

Specifications according to Wikipedia:

# Processors:

* IBM "Broadway" CPU
* ATI "Hollywood" GPU

# Memory:

* Unknown amount of RAM
* 512 MB built-in flash memory.12

# Ports and Peripherals:

* Two USB 2.0 ports.
* Support for wireless controllers.
* 4 Nintendo GameCube controller ports and 2 Nintendo GameCube memory card ports (for backward compatibility).
* Optional USB PC-compatible 802.11b (Wi-Fi) wireless attachment. (see Connectivity)

# Media:

* Slot-loading optical disc drive compatible with both 12 cm Wii optical discs and 8.0 cm GameCube optical discs (1.5 GB) as well as standard DVD discs.
* 2 Front-loading SD memory card slots.

# Built-in content ratings system:

* PEGI 3+, 7+, 12+, 16+, 18+
* ESRB EC, E, E10+, T, M, and AO.
* CERO All Ages, 12+, 15+ 18+.
* OFLC G, PG, M, MA15+

# Networking

* Wi-Fi by Broadcom

# Video:

* up to 480p13 and will work with a computer monitor as well as any TV or projector.

It is often unfairly yet understandably ridiculed for the unfortunate connotations its name holds in American culture, its controller design which could very well be mistaken as a television remote, as well as its inferior system specifications (does not support High Definition TV, is marginally superior to the Xbox) as contrasted with Sony's Playstation 3 and Microsoft's Xbox 360 consoles.

However, it is anticipated to be successful by fanboys, speculators, and developers alike with its daring interface and the games that will come as a result of it. Much more will be revealed about the system during E3 of 2006.
YAY PUNS

"Hey, wanna come over to my house and play with my Wii?"
"The power of Wii is in your hands."
"Together, Wii will revolutionize gaming."
"There are more ways to play with your Wii than you think"
"Wii want YOU"

Etc...

P.S.

Next-gen Super Smash Brothers will OWN
by RobDeBob May 06, 2006
 
6.
Wii
Quite possibly the most bizarre name for a gaming console in the history of mankind.
Of course we have the Wii in stock! Urine Gamestop!
by Mark Harding April 27, 2006
 
7.
Wii
a sweet system that video game companies make shitty video games for
The Wii is a genious system and the best selling system of the fifth generation. However, other companies either don't make their games for it, or water it down to the bear minimum.
by NintendoMan June 24, 2009