Wii have a problem.


It looks like an epidemic of busted screens for users of Nintendo’s new Wii game system, although the ratio of such incidents to Wii systems sold has not been determined at this point. The website Wii Have a Problem is collecting cases of Wii-related accidents. Under the subject of health and safety precautions, Nintendo says:
1. Wear the wrist strap.
2. Hold the Wii Remote firmly and do not let go.


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Just flick the remotes. You don't have to move them that much. The little straps help but they aren't made that well.

The people that trow the remotes should learn their lesson and pay what they break. I know from experience by throwing a couple PS2 and XBOX controllers to the floor.
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I have a wii and I agree they always tell you to use the strap. However the covers they sell come with a strap that matches in color that does not have the ability to tighten so I just use the strap that comes with the remote.
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