Wii event spied in Spain: watch the vid!

No hablo español, señor. But I do know Wii-speak though. And not matter where you are, who you are, it doesn’t take a translating Babelfish implanted into your ear to see how much someone enjoys playing with the Wii. In a recent official Wii event from Nintendo in Spain, people were all smiles as they got their first-hand experience with the console.

This vid from Wario88 compiles more than ten full minutes of footage on the show floor. As with other Wii events in the past in other countries, you’ve got demos for most of the recognizable titles, from the highly-anticipated The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess to the under-hyped Wing Island. In their “demo kiosk” for Wii Sports, they actually set-up booths related to the sport you can play there. Their boxing kiosk was surrounded with ropes just like a boxing ring, the golf kiosk had a green fairway carpet of grass, and so on…

There’s more games featured in the video, and it’s always nice to see more coverage of how people react differently with the Wiimote in their hands. Check it out below!

No hablo español, señor. But I do know Wii-speak though. And not matter where you are, who you are, it doesn’t take a translating Babelfish implanted into your ear to see how much someone enjoys playing with the Wii. In a recent official Wii event from Nintendo in Spain, people were all smiles as they got their first-hand experience with the console.

This vid from Wario88 compiles more than ten full minutes of footage on the show floor. As with other Wii events in the past in other countries, you’ve got demos for most of the recognizable titles, from the highly-anticipated The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess to the under-hyped Wing Island. In their “demo kiosk” for Wii Sports, they actually set-up booths related to the sport you can play there. Their boxing kiosk was surrounded with ropes just like a boxing ring, the golf kiosk had a green fairway carpet of grass, and so on…

There’s more games featured in the video, and it’s always nice to see more coverage of how people react differently with the Wiimote in their hands. Check it out below!

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