Wii vs Playstation 3 vs Xbox 360: To choose the best gaming console for your fitness, the major differences in motion detecting and the limitations that each has in the best gaming titles must be addressed.
When you initially decide to purchase a gaming console, comparisons between the available options is inevitable. Although the Wii took over the market as the bestselling motion-controlled console with fun games and family entertainment, the release of the PlayStation 3 Move and Xbox Kinect have given Nintendo some tough competition. However, what sets the Kinect apart is the fact that it is controller-less while the other two use controller based movement detection technology.
The Wii has quickly become the bestselling gaming console for multiple reasons. Not only does it appeal to casual gamers, the release of fitness games Wii Fit and Wii Fit Plus have been immensely successful and popular. This claim is backed by the fact that over 40 million copies of these games have been sold. The Balance Board that comes with Wii Fit Plus is a useful tool for different weight loss and fitness exercises, which include yoga, aerobics, body balance and strength workouts.
The PlayStation 3 Move Bundle is the result of several upgrades to the PlayStation 3 over the years since its release. The bundle consists of a PS3 slim full HD console, capable of playing Blu-Ray movies with 1080p resolution and 128-bit pixel clarity. It has built-in Wi-Fi to enable free access to the online PlayStation Network.
The Nintendo Wii was the first gaming console of its kind that hit the market before PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. The Wii instantly became popular for its motion control feature which greatly enhanced the gaming experience, and this was made possible by focusing resources on this feature instead of on graphics development.