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Sesame Street Wii video games...

Discussion in 'Sesame Merchandise' started by mbmfrog, Sep 26, 2010.

  1. mbmfrog

    mbmfrog Active Member

    That's right the show made it to the Wii, but not the way I expected...:(


    Wow, and here I thought that they would actually have the show characters using the Wii remote for the comerical. :wisdom:
  2. Oscarfan

    Oscarfan Well-Known Member

    Yeah, the trailer doesn't change my mind about how these look like expensive versions of their online games.
  3. Drtooth

    Drtooth Well-Known Member

    Ehhhhh... if nothing else, Sesame Street has it's first console game since the N64 and PS1. it does look like an expensive version of something you can do online for free (seen a lot of computer games that are the same)... but is there a GOOD Sesame Street video game? I mean, I tried Countdown and Genisis's Counting Cafe, and those were the only ones that have any level of fun for anyone old enough to hold a controller. Actually, Counting Cafe is pretty fun. Has Sam the Machine in it.

    It really seems like something you get for a kid that keeps messing with his brother's Wii and playing his games. But unlike the old NES, Genisis, or N64 ones, the large chunky cartridge isn't there, requiring a parent to have to set it up. That seems like a tiny hindrance.

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