Nintendo Wii Most Common Accidents when Playing Wii Sports
Wii Sports is one of the most popular games on the Nintendo Wii, but playing the original Wii Sports or Wii Sports Resorts is sure to cause lots of accidents. Following are the most common accidents caused by playing Wii Sports and Wii Sports Resort.
The Screen Smash
The wrist strap on your Wiimote was made for a reason – to have a perfect excuse to sling your Wiimote as fast as possible and crack your screen. The wildly flailing arms of a Wii Sports player are soon followed by their surprised face when they realize they just ruined a $3,000 HDTV. For some reason gamers believe wearing a wrist strap is just a stupid rule Nintendo cooked up, but thousands of Wiimote accidents have killed thousands of innocent televisions on the Wii Sports battle field. The Nintendo Wii combined with Wii Sports (and stupidity) has caused the greatest technology on technology crimes ever held against one device.
The Wii was designed to bring the entire household together – and beat the bloody snot out of them. Wii Sports games were designed to make sure people are only able to focus on the game being played and forget about the five family members that lay needing medical attention after they’ve been attacked by the Wii crazy gamer. The Nintendo Wii also doubles as a slap-stick comedy entertainment system and Wii Sports blackouts will leave the house looking like the scene of a ninja attack, because Wiimote accidents will lay everyone else to rest. Those flailing Wiimote arms are perfect combat devices for whacking your most loved ones over the head, sending them to the paramedics.
Harakiri is a form of Japanese ritual suicide done in order to save honor or as punishment for something dishonorable. The Nintendo Wii isn’t all serious “smerious” (like the art of the Samurai), but you’d think that most gamers were involved in an act of ritual (as in daily) suicide, when you find them playing Wii Sport Resort. The amount of clumsiness and accidents done to oneself hasn’t been seen in gaming since the invention of Dance Dance Revolution. Falling, bumping into objects, and whacking yourself over the head are far too common accidents experienced when playing Wii Sports on the Nintendo Wii.
The Godzilla Complex
When playing Wii Sports, the gamer takes on the role of Godzilla to their home’s Tokyo. There is just no Way to play this attention demanding game and focus on surrounding objects at the same time. Accidents are bound to happen as Wii Sports will make you smash ceiling fans, break tables, fall over seats, toss your Wiimote through the window and cause more accidents than an earthquake. The swinging arms of a mad Wii gamer is equal to that of a Tornado’s force that has swept through your house, leaving a trail of debris and accidents.
When playing the Nintendo Wii remember to focus on your surroundings and if playing Wii Sports, be sure to only kill the innocent by accident.