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Wii is official console of Six Flags

David Hinkle, @davehinkle
January 23, 2007
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Nintendo and Six Flags have announced an agreement today, which will see Nintendo's popular console placed for play inside of select Six Flag parks. The console will be available for free play on Wii stations set up in the winning parks. With Six Flags' 26 different parks, none is confirmed to be receiving the Wii at this moment. Nintendo will, in turn, promote Six Flags through a future contest on Nintendo.com.

Six Flags CEO Mark Shapiro comments on the agreement, stating that he wants Nintendo's audience in his parks. "When this audience is not in our parks, more often than not they are at home playing video games -- and now they can do both in one place."

[Via Joystiq]





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