The Wii is, at least to the generic public, a very
multiplayer oriented system. You can't enjoy the flagship Wii Tennis
without a second controller ... oh, wait, we need a nunchuk for boxing as well ... but man, three-player would be so cool! And so on and so forth. But Wiimotes are frakkin' expensive
. Forty for the main, twenty for the add, you know the deal.
, where did you draw the line? Did you pick up an extra Wiimote with Wii Play
? Do all of your Wiimotes have nunchucks? Did you drop the hundred and eighty dollars for the full complement, not including any Classic Controllers? And for the love of God
, use rechargeable batteries. Mother nature and your wallet will thank you.