The Wii, developed by Nintendo, revolutionized the gaming industry with its unique motion controls and accessible gameplay. Released in 2006, it introduced a new way of interacting with games by using the Wii Remote, a motion-sensing controller. The console appealed to both hardcore gamers and casual players, offering a wide range of titles from the iconic "Super Mario Galaxy" to the social party game "Wii Sports."
With its innovative design, the Wii captured a broad audience and became one of the best-selling consoles of all time. Its user-friendly interface and family-friendly games made it a hit in households around the world. Additionally, the Wii introduced the concept of virtual console, allowing users to download and play classic games from previous Nintendo consoles.