What is up with that glowing blue Wii light, Nintendo? It's on, it's off. Sometimes we see it, sometimes we don't. Take the recent Fusion Tour, where it was turned off. What. Is. Up.
Go Nintendo took matters in its own hands and pinned down a local Nintendo rep and squeezed out the following info out: The final retail Wii will have the blue light, but not constantly during play. Instead, it will glow when the console is fired up, so players in pitch black rooms will be able to insert game discs. There will only be a green light on during play.
Furthermore, the rep did not know if there was an option which would allow players to keep the blue light on 24-7. As far as the rep was aware, there was no such choice. Bad news for gamers who like to look at their consoles during play.
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