You know that feeling when you're trying to buy something at a store, but the clerk follows your every move making you feel like you're about to gank something? Sucks, doesn't it? Well that might be the case this fall when play testing the Wii at some retail stores. Says Nintendo VP George Harrison in speaking with IGN:
"We have spent considerable time designing in-store displays that will best showcase the Wii console's unique games and provide an entertaining experience for players while still fitting well into a retail environment. Wireless controllers will be used and we are asking retailers to have staff available to help consumers have a successful first experience with Wii."
Asking retailers is one thing. Doing is another, especially on a retailer's dime. (Who's gonna staff someone full-time to safeguard Wiimotes or help swing a virtual tennis racket?) Even if demo units feature wireless controllers, expect tethers for convenience and to discourage cleptos, at least as a store policy.
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