Anyways, this is more of a pyrrhic victory imho, since they are no doubt removing valueable content from the game to release it on the markets, which is a horrible message to send to ALL game developers; a restriction on "free" game development will always be nagging at the corner.
I don't see what all the fuss about this game is, the first game was decisively poor. I'm probably only interested to see how it performs with Wii controls before the big 3 (or 4 now Kart has been announced) launch.
The graphical jump from 6th to 7th generation consoles was basically... unnoticable? Seriously, I can't tell the difference on 90% of the games. Its the smallest jump in any of the generation gaps, so its not that big a deal.
The problem is; while sure, the Wii is weaker graphically then the other 2, the other 2 barely improved over the 6th generation at all. Halo 3 looks just like halo 2. Resident Evil 4 looks better then almost all PS3 games. Look at the jump between 4 and 5, from SNES to N64.
Phizzy, the Wii isn't for you. It isn't shit, it's a great console only for the right people. And those people appear to be a vast majority of the public as James has clearly shown as it is dominating in sales. In my opinion the 360 is the better console in power and graphics, but the Wii is an innovative console which has a clear future ahead of itself.
You're just trying to provoke a pointless argument by saying the Wii is shit and hoping it fails without backing up a reason apart from you not liking it. I respect your opinion that the Wii isn't for you, but you haven't actually said that. You've just claimed it as a fact that it's a shitty system when there are a lot of people who would disagree with you.
Although I am annoyed many of the games that come out for it are graphically unimpressive, after reading someone's analysis on how the Wii is capable of great graphics (and seeing screenshots of upcoming games.. Super Mario Galaxy, anyone?) I still have hope that it will prove that the Wii can also boast stunning graphics as well as innovative gameplay.