The pros and cons of the Nintendo Wii Fit
I’ve written several articles about the pros and cons of various game consoles, so it seemed fitting to write one about the Nintendo Wii Fit. In case you didn’t know, the Wii Fit is a current bestseller for Nintendo.
When looking at the pros and cons of anything, a very important factor to ask yourself is whether that pro or con is fact or opinion. Of course, the opinion of the masses counts for a lot and especially in this case. If you believe that something is beneficial, that may be true, but it may be true only in your case, but if 99% of people believe the same thing, then you will most likely accept that it will also be true in your case.
After this, I think the Nintendo Wii Fit pros and cons are mostly, if not all, opinions and not real, solid facts.
So what are the pros and cons of Nintendo Wii Fit? There aren’t too many, and in fact they boil down to just two or three areas that come up almost every time someone gives an opinion on Wii Fit.
Most opinions seem to suggest that the Wii Fit is too expensive, around £90 to £120 (at the time of writing), though I’d add to that opinion that it hasn’t really stopped many from buying it. Wii Fit is a great seller.
I’m not sure if this is a plus or a minus, but Wii Fit isn’t a game where you push buttons all the time; it is quite the opposite: you are doing, not pressing with your fingers. For some, believe it or not, pushing with your fingers is half as much fun as using a console.
One big plus, of course, is that Wii Fit makes you lose weight if you use it correctly, and people love it.
That really is all. If you do a search for yourself, you’ll find that almost all of the feedback on the Nintendo Wii Fit boils down to price and weight loss, though I must repeat that while price is very often cited as an issue, it doesn’t appear to be. prevent people from buying the Wii Fit.
So what do you think? Is the Nintendo Wii Fit worth its weight in gold or do you want to lose some of that weight? I’ll let you ponder on that.