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August Wii News and the Top Ten Downloaded Games

I always look forward to this time of the month because Nintendo sends out their Wii Newsletter, and as a dedicated Wii gamer I consider that worthwhile reading! There has been a lot of trash-talking online lately that the Wii is only for the very young, the very old, and girls... But I know a lot of guys who own one so that can't be right, can it? Maybe the cool factor of the WiiU will change that view...

According to the August Wii News Newsletter, Driver: San Francisco, Madden NFL 12, Phineas & Ferb: Across the 2nd Dimension, and Just Dance 2 are the games we are going to want, and those do not sound like games for the very old and the very young, so they must be targeted at girl gamers, right? <3

The big news in August is the drop in price for the 3DS, which now retails for just $169.99 and of course the 25th Anniversary Edition of The Legend of Zelda!

The Top Ten Wii Downloads for August 2011 are:

1. Super Mario Bros. 3
2. Super Mario Bros.
3. The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
4. Final Fantasy III
5. Super Mario World
6. The Legend of Zelda
7. Super Mario 64
8. Super Mario Bros. 2
9. The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask
10. Pac Man

And that is the Wii News for August 2011! Do you own a Wii? Do you also own one or more of the other consoles? Why not voice your Wii-ness and comment below?

Posted: 16th Aug 2011 by Heather Savage
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