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    WiiChat Member Wade's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by swoop_ds
    I don't mean to offend anyone but if I can find one in buttf""k Saskatchewan Canada, I'm sure people can find them where they live.
    The thing about that is that it's usually quite a bit easier to find consoles at times like this in remote places. My former roommate got his Xbox 360 soon after launch when they were still in short supply. He couldn't find them anywhere in his town, but he was in a Wal-Mart in a much smaller town and found one. In a more urban area where there are likely to be more gamers, it's obviously going to be harder to find a game console when there is a shortage.

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    What wade said is true. Its often the strategy of a gamer to visit used game stores in remote areas because they have better inventory. Same goes for hard to find consoles.

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