UPDATE 3: Attention, folks, Reggie has been spotted. We love the big guy, and the very privilege of watching him play a bit of Wii Sports baseball has us shaking in our little blogger boots. He was upstairs at the Toys "R" Us Wii display, so we got some pics of that too, all of which can be spied after the break. One hour to go!
And here we are. To accompany the intense amount of Wii insanity, Times Square is its regular ol' bizzy self on a Saturday night.
You, friend, are a nerd. FTW!
We can hardly wait!
The few, the proud, the insane. Here we are at the front of the line.
Isian Triforce Johnson, a member of Empire Arcadia here was first in line, started his campin' at 9PM this Thursday. Yes, he legally changed his middle name to Triforce. Yes, we think that's pretty awesome.
The nearest we've seen of violence here tonight was these guys and their intense Mario Kart battles. Oh, and that PSP fanboy in the back gets some dirty stares now and then, other than that it's stayed pretty clean.
Naturally, the little kid was kicking the other guy's ass.
Joystiq's own Chris Grant throwing up the Wii gang sign.
Rocking it old school.
We knew Mario had a brother named Luigi, but who knew Luigi was a brutha?
We can't really read that, but if you can, more power to ya'.
After explaining that you need very little motion to control the Wii, Reggie proceeded to do very not that.
Fun Reggie fact: he plays best while using his own Mii avatar.
Poor Link, sitting here all alone. "Why don't you love me Reggie?" he says.
- Key specs
- Reviews • 330
- Game format Optical disc, Downloadable
- Online features Multiplayer, Voice chat, Store, Browser
- Drive capacity 512 MB
- Controller type Wired, Wireless
- Motion controls Accelerometer, Camera / optical
- Video outputs Component, RCA / composite, S-Video
- Weight 2.65 lb
- Released 2006-11-19