but the wii had the wii-remote, balance board, nunchuck and pro controller. apple has a remote that's useless for anything than the most casual games (like a single wii remote with half the functionality) and mfi controllers which all look and work slightly different (so, no sane developer will make games relying on any but a few functions common to all controllers). also, 32 gb is not very much, when it comes to downloadable, "console class" games. the wii & wii-u have at least a disc drive for bigger games. they are throwing in gaming as a bonus, and hope that it will all work out like on ios, but they didn't and still don't have the same competition on ios.