I was at my local Wal-Mart Saturday night to pick up two sets of Wii points. I was browsing through the rather excellent library of Wii titles on the shelves.
Anyways, there was a kid, I'd estimate to be 11 years old or so, who was looking through the Wii titles. He then discusses with this dad that the game is $49.99 plus tax is about $55. I stuck around a few minutes to see what he was purchasing.
The lady who had the key opened and picked up a copy of SimAnimals. That bothered me somewhat. There were some most excellent titles out there and I just stood there watching this kid picking upthis game. Now, it probably wouldn't have bothered me it were like $20-$30, but this was a full retail price.
I really wanted to jump in and say "No, you don't want this game,SimAnimals isnot worth it. I reccomend (X) game here." The problem was, I didn't know exactly why he shouldn't get SimAnimals, and maybe he really will enjoy it, and he may actually hate the game that I would've reccomended had I said something.
I was so close tobutt in and "help."I just don't know.