5 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Nunchuck - non Chuck,
This review is from: Nintendo Nunchuk Controller Add-On (Wii) (Video Game)
I find it hard to understand why people with disabilities such as yours would consider buying a Wii console if your movement is limited, surely you read the specifications and reviews on the console before you considered buying it,would you have bought one if you we're blind? I understand that console manufacturers should make their products more useable for everybody, but have you also considered that a disability is just that, not able to do things more able bodied people take for granted.. I wager you have not complained to your local bowling alley manager about the fact you cant bowl because of your disability. If we go down the route of catering for everybody would the majority not be disabled by the fact that we all have to be limited by only having things everybody can do. should we just restrict everything to a level everybody can achieve, or should we accept there are things not everybody can do?