It'a almost like writing a book report back in elementary school: "This book would be enjoyed by anyone between the ages of 8 and 80."
It seems like Nintendo is taking the same approach with its Wii gaming system -- positioning it not just for kids, but for seniors, too!
How else would you explain the company showing up at Life@50+, an annual event sponsored by AARP?
Intended for those over the age of 50, the event attracted more than 20,000 people and featured a wide range of panel discussions, celebrities and exhibitors showcasing products for older Americans.
How many of you out there will be buying a Wii for grandma this holiday season?