The Nintendo Wii launched on Sunday to pretty much universal acclaim—Chen loved it quite literally, putting it down his pants. But not all is happy in Wii World, for some complaints are starting to trickle out. One of the earliest shots across the bow comes from one of Slate's fine writers. The treatise, entitled, "Nintendo't: The Case Against The Wii," rails on the the Wii and the Wiimote specifically for being, effectively, garbage. "The ugly truth is that the Wii's already-legendary motion-detection system doesn't work very well," he writes. For more insight, as well as our own expert opinion, keep reading.
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