"In fairness, for the Americas, we haven't made the business decision for how and what we're going to do with the browser. We recognize for most people a browser is pretty standard. The concept of charging a significant amount of Wii points to get the browser is somewhat challenging. We're going to work through that."
Fils-Aime seems to contradict the press release, suggesting Nintendo of America simply hasn't decided what will happen with the browser, and that we really could end up forking money over at launch. We'd like to hear Nintendo's rationale on why this is a necessary move for the Americas -- what makes Japan's desire to web browse on Wii any different?
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