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A: The first and most frequently asked question — and the official trademark is just "Wii". See the Talk archives (pages 6 through 10) and the separately archived survey if you need the details.
Q: "Wii" vs. "The Wii"?
A: The official trademark is not The Wii™ but Wii™. People generally call the console "the Wii" (like a common noun), while Nintendo prefers to phrase it as just "Wii" (like a name) to utilize its similarity to we (e.g. "Wii will change gaming forever"). A discussion on the subject can be found in Archive 18.
Q: "Wii" (as in urine)?
A: Multiple discussions on the subject have failed to achieve a consensus for or against including a reference to urine. However, please refrain from adding any such reference to the article. If you wish to bring this topic up on the talk page, please first read past discussions on the subject found in Archive 22 and Archive 23.
Q: Wii Remote strap problems?
A: Information on Wii Remote strap failures and Nintendo's replacement offer are summarized in the article. Further details are documented in the Wii Remote article. Discussion on the subject can be found in Archive 21.
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Far be it from me to criticise an article which is both featured and protected, but to me the reception section (section 6.1) looks really unbalanced. It pretty much focuses entirely on the problems it had and does nothing to explain why a hundred million people bought one. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 188.8.131.52 (talk) 14:41, 6 May 2014 (UTC)
The fact that it was a wildly popular system doesn't change the fact that its reception was very meh. TheStickMan[✆Talk] 20:44, 7 May 2014 (UTC)
It looks like the section is about 1/3 positive verbiage and about 2/3 milquetoast or negative verbiage. And it doesn't explain much about that very good specific point of why 100M people bought them. So I agree that maybe there are additional positive reviews out there, and there might be an analysis of consumer reception. Critical reception is one thing and consumer reception is another. — Smuckola(Email)(Talk) 21:06, 7 May 2014 (UTC)