Just like we did for the PlayStation 3, we're going to walk you through all the system settings on the Nintendo Wii.

There aren't a whole lot of system settings—Nintendo's made everything pretty much plug and play—but you can change sound options, video aspect ratio, internet connection settings, and visit your saved games. The most time complicated option would be the internet settings, that is if you don't use DHCP and auto-setup your connection. The Wii's not nearly as complicated as the PS3, and you can see that reflected in its system settings.