Wii Fútbol

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Ultimamente Carlos y los niños han jugado un juego de FIFA fútbol en Wii. A mi me encanta mucho el fútbol pero no entiendo cómo uno puede pensar que este juego de video es divertido. Agitando un control remote de el Wii no tiene nada que ver con pateando una pelota de fútbol, pero Carlos y los niños sigan gritando “gooooool!” como están ganando la Copa Mundial.

Chécalo!

ENGLISH TRANSLATION

Lately Carlos and the boys have been playing a FIFA soccer game on the Wii. I love soccer very much but I don’t understand how one can think that this video game is fun. Shaking a Wii remote control has nothing to do with kicking a soccer ball, but Carlos and the boys continue shouting “goooooal!” as if they’re winning the World Cup.

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Posted on March 9, 2012, in el macho, en español, Familia, fútbol, humor, niños, Spanish Friday. Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.

  1. Que cute! My hubby is the same way when he plays with his (older) brother. You’d think that they just won the World Cup for their country when they win. And when they lose, they feel like they let down their country. I think it’s funny and cute at the same time, watching them play with such passion. :)

  2. that video is super cute!

  3. You are totally wasting your time. PES on the Wii is much better :)

    • I will have to let them know, but until one is actually required to KICK to make a goal, I remain skeptical that any video game can come close to the real game.

  4. I think they just want to yelll, “GOOOOOOAAAAAL,” and the WII gives them the excuse!! :)

    http://creatividadsiempre.blogspot.com/2012/03/mi-casa-decor-de-chevron-para-el-bano.html

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