Reinvention of Wii's Multiplayer sign now

The Wii has seen a great deal to success, not only within the video game community, but with mainstream consumers as well. This success can be attributed to its solid library, its easy to use motion control interface and, most importantly, it's ability to bring people together to have fun. However. the online strategy taken with the Wii seems to do very little for the last point.

For many years online gameplay has helped build a community ambiance in the world of video games by letting strangers from completely different backgrounds and races share a common interest. But, in regards to the Wii, the functionality of its online components limit some of the best things about online gameplay. Connecting through "friend codes" makes the process of connecting with other people tedious and difficult. The lack of voice-chat deludes the experience for players by not letting them communicate effectively. And without leaderboards or a way to see if friends are online, there is almost no social or community aspect at all! This has all been done to address the issue of online predators.

The vast majority of us, however, feel that all the restrictions imposed on the Wii's online gameplay is unnecessary, and harsh. Why should a whole community suffer for the potential crimes of a few? Wouldn't it be wiser to instead educate parents on Online matchmaking and include easy-to-use parental controls to keep predators at bay?

There are several different measures that can be taken to fulfill the wants of the majority and enhance the Wii's online experience. They are:

1. The elimination of Wii friend codes, replaced with a "gamer tag" system, to help with ease of use.

2. The inclusion of voice-chat within online gameplay, along with the production of a headset.

3. A Stronger and more accessible parental controls, to address online predacity.

4. The inclusion of a Wii friends-list and leader boards to build a community ambiance.

We, the undersigned firmly believe that these for points will not only bode well with the "gamer" consumer, along with the mainstream consumer, the companies image and reputation for fun and innovative products will surely increase. Undoubtedly, This can and would be an immense and positive step for the online future of the Wii.

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