Nintendo to ship replacement units

MINE!Apparently, 600,000 sold units in a span of eight days is not enough for giant Nintendo. Since the launch, everyone’s just been abuzz about their newest next-gen console, Wii.

To meet the incessant demand, the company will be sending out additional stocks in the coming days. Says Reggie Fils-Aime, “we’re going to put more products into stores going into the weekend.”

And what of those units that were said to be defective? Of the more common complaints is the unit’s failure to connect to the Internet. This is particularly vital for downloadable new games. Fil-Aimes said Nintendo will be replacing those with new units.

Whew. Well that’s a relief. At least we are guaranteed that there will be replacements coming in.

MINE!Apparently, 600,000 sold units in a span of eight days is not enough for giant Nintendo. Since the launch, everyone’s just been abuzz about their newest next-gen console, Wii.

To meet the incessant demand, the company will be sending out additional stocks in the coming days. Says Reggie Fils-Aime, “we’re going to put more products into stores going into the weekend.”

And what of those units that were said to be defective? Of the more common complaints is the unit’s failure to connect to the Internet. This is particularly vital for downloadable new games. Fil-Aimes said Nintendo will be replacing those with new units.

Whew. Well that’s a relief. At least we are guaranteed that there will be replacements coming in.

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