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For years, playing video games was not an activity that many parents participated in with their children. The new gaming systems of today, particularly the Nintendo Wii, have helped to change the way that parents look at video games as a form of entertainment.
You can find quite a few games for the Wii that are excellent for the entire family to play. Here are a few of the very popular games for the system that you might want to pick up for you and the kids.
Wii Sports is fun, and it comes with the system so you can play right out of the box. Along the same line as the sports game are Carnival Games and the Wii Sports Resort.
One of the most fun games is Mario Party. This game takes the elements of a classic board game and turns it upside down! There are fun mini-games, and you can never tell who’s going to come out in the lead and win until the very end.
Hasbro Family Night offers two editions of games. These games are old board game classics updated for the console and the modern age. You can play games like Connect-4, Battleship, Boggle, and even Jenga on this Wii game.
The Wii might not be the same as sitting around the table with a board game like you used to do with your parents, but it is just as fun. The more that you do together with your family, the stronger your bond and family unit will be. The Wii is a great way to connect with your family - and with your inner child!
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