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Let's not tap… Let's rather boycott companies with bad games

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I think this is getting a little out of hand now.

First we had Wii Fit which wasn’t really a game but I guess it’s a nice gimmick, then we saw the awesomely terrible Wii Music and I honestly thought that the Wii games couldn’t get any worse.

Now we get, Let’s Tap which is a new game from Nintendo where you need to put the Wiimote down and instead of pushing buttons or moving the Wiimote you actually just bash the box that the game came in.

I am not joking… watch the video and come back.

This is really just a step to far, this isn’t a real game and it sure as hell isn’t worth the R500 ($40) –> R700 ($60) these games go for.

If I believed it would make any difference at all I would encourage a full Nintendo boycott for actually approving this garbage… but it won’t so let’s not waste our time.

This is truly scraping the bottom of the gaming barrel but you know it’s going to sell like hot cakes and Nintendo are going to come back in a couple of months with a new game where you don’t even need to turn on the console… Wiimagination Gaming Deluxe

Last Updated: October 6, 2008


  1. Lupus

    October 6, 2008 at 08:40

    Yup, this is exactly where I envisioned the Wii to start going. Had so much potential but ruined by Nintendo, I guess I am still scared by the GC. Also can anyone tell me why my original nintendo GC memory cards cannot be read in the Wii????


  2. ferver

    October 6, 2008 at 11:24

    Stop bashing the Wii!!
    You like it or you don’t, but you can’t say the concept isn’t original.
    First of all, there are great games for the Wii out there (Zelda, Mario Galaxy, Metroid, and soon MadWorld), granted: less than on other consoles but still.
    Even if this is not my type of game, at least their trying new things, some will work some won’t.
    But it’s the first time a console uses motion control and I think their doing a hell of a job for a first try


  3. Wesley

    October 6, 2008 at 11:31

    I guess there are only so muh you can do with motion control and PS2.5 graphics

    Still glad i never bought one


  4. SlippyMadFrog

    October 6, 2008 at 12:08

    I recently sold mine. I’m not missing it.


  5. LazySAGamer

    October 6, 2008 at 12:15

    You’re not from around here are you 😉

    I love the Wii, I think it’s great but this game is rubbish… and so is Wii Music…

    However Mario Galaxy is one of the best games of this generation and I think the Wii is a fantastic piece of equipment.


  6. David

    October 6, 2008 at 17:33

    Actually It is not the first time that a console used motion controls, the Ps3 won that medal with IT SIXAXIS MOTION CONTROLLER and stop getting so dam attached to the Wii because your seeming to become one of those Wii fans that thinks the Wii Is the best console ever OK. the Wii is fun but really get real.


  7. David

    October 6, 2008 at 17:34

    I sold mine to buy A PS3


  8. Milesh Bhana

    October 6, 2008 at 21:36

    i like the idea. Motion sensing controller being activated by vibration.

    But that looks lamer than Wii Music.


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