Look at all these sad, faithful who think that Christmas still isn't ruined because they still might score a Wii. Every morning the Nintendo World Store in New York has hundreds of people line up—many whom are camped out from the night before—all hoping to nab a Wii. I know that we talk about Wii shortages quite a bit and many of you are probably growing sick to death of it all. But take the time to appreciate this as a moment in culture that may never be replicated as long as you live: one year after a consumer electronics' release, the public is still ravenous for the product. Unbelievable.
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I'm going for a little trip down to Melbourne this weekend. Weekend holidays are good for the soul. But they're also good for gaming on the Switch.