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With Wii demo kiosks, you will not be alone

David Hinkle, @davehinkle
October 20, 2006
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In the 35th edition of IGN's Nintendo Minute feature, Senior VP George Harrison talks a bit about the Wii demo kiosks. Focusing on the two different packaged demo stations, George says that Nintendo has asked any retailer utilizing one of their stations to have staff on-hand to help anyone curious about the console. George states:

"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."

George also goes on to describe the two different demo kiosk stations and talk a bit about where you'll be able to take the Wii for a spin at one of these demo stations.





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