My arms, shoulders and legs are tired

We got a Wii today and I’ve been playing some Wii sports. I don’t think my body will be up for much Wii sport playing tomorrow.

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9 Responses to My arms, shoulders and legs are tired

  1. Scott Mann says:

    Haha – virtual soreness…

  2. Blake says:

    I predict IT Lidbom will be the best Wii player in history. He will begin playing IT bowling the day he turns 1 month and will rise to international Wii fame by age 3

  3. Ben Strickland says:

    They are fun little boogers arent they. This is the 1st console I have owned since the SNES, and they really are quite fun. Boxing and Baseball will both really wear ya out! 🙂

  4. Derek Lidbom says:

    We’re having a BLAST with ours. It is truly revolutionary gameplay.

  5. Jon Wright says:

    I hate to be the negative one, but my suitemate has a Wii and I have played it some, but I really don’t like it at all. Does anyone else feel the way I do?…anyone?

  6. Bar R says:

    Love it. Tennis rocks. Sore for days.

  7. Jon says:

    Jon, I’d agree with you, except i don’t. 🙂 Conceded: the wii isn’t a batch of halo or Project Gotham Racing….. but I had more fun than I’ve had in a while when Meredith and I played the Wii at Derek and Sarah’s. Even Meredith likes the Wii.

  8. Jon Wright says:

    Thanks Jon, your near agreement means a lot. I played it again last night after reading the excitement on this thread, but I still feel like I can have more fun on my SNES. Oh well, I don’t mind standing alone.On a more serious note, there is no way that any game can beat halo – no way. And that’s all I have to say about that.

  9. Jon says:

    I get my best fix on racing games. PGR3 is one of the best I’ve ever played.

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