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Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii Chat' started by vagrant, Nov 10, 2006.

  1. vagrant

    vagrant ₪ ۩ ₪

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    I am not sure if these have been posted yet today but behold the glorious wii

    Wii in the House - Kotaku

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  2. Jenova

    Jenova Final Distance

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    WII PR0N!!!!!

    I've been waiting forever to see what the Wii-mote is packaged in!
     
  3. Rift

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    That was a lip quivering moment for me... Shaking it off.... just a few more days, so I can't be seeing stuff like this...
     
  4. vagrant

    vagrant ₪ ۩ ₪

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    My roomate was actually looking up news on Digg.com when he saw it and he shouted at me to come and was like, "i bet you'd get off to these pictures" and he showed the screen and I replied, "I JUST DID"
     
  5. Eric

    Eric Wii would like to play

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    OMG! Soo lucky.
     
  6. Wii Want Wii!

    Wii Want Wii! We have got it

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    Dude.............Wii man........glory!!!
     
  7. Close

    Close 幸せ雑&

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    2nd picture is awesome !
     
  8. m7ticalm

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    Wow, the packaging of the controller and nunchuck is a bit weird, ive never seen a controller in a console been packed like that when its bundled with the console!
     
  9. Jenova

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    No, those two are extras. The bundled ones are inside the Wii box.
     
  10. Trulen

    Trulen Isn't here as much

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    Oh so pretty...

    I think some people might lick the packaging before they completely open it..
     
  11. WSP92

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    If you look at the unpacking at IGN.com, the controllers are packed in the orthodox way.
     
  12. COLDshiver

    COLDshiver Wii Owner

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    W00t! I want one NOW!
     
  13. Ronan

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    That will probably be mii, but my fav is smelling it once you first open the box.
    you'll either get a lovely smell or a vicious flu given off by a chinese worker

    Im willing to take that risk
     
  14. patrickj

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    i think thats kind of stupid how they've packaged the wiimote and the nunchaku seperatley. its like buying a basketball net without a ball
     
  15. Santoanderson

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    Hmmm, kinda sorta. Some games use the Nunchuk, others don't really need it. Excite truck for instance... That and imagine opening the box up and seeing them packaged together, then going to the store totally clueless and finding out you have to to buy them separately. Lots of angry soccer moms. That and the last time I checked, when you buy a basketball hoop, the ball aint free.

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    I think I just peed a little. Too bad the controller packaging is so cheap looking. It definately has that Supermarket check-out look.

    Nother edit:
    That's exactly how my living room floor will look in ONE WEEK, cept I might not get a spare controller (depends on quantity) and I will have Rayman along side Zelda and Excite Truck. :smilewinkgrin:
     
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  16. patrickj

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    thats what i meant. its like when you go and buy a net and you dont buy the ball. what are you gonna do with the net. same with the wiimote for some games. you buy the 'mote then for some games its useless without the nunchaku.
     

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