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Nintendo says the Wii well is 'nowhere near dry'

Jason Dobson

How long the Wii will remain a rupee-making juggernaut remains a question for debate, though according to Nintendo corporate communications director, Charlie Scibetta, players will continue to nurse tired limbs in their living rooms for some time.

"As long as publishers and our own first-party teams are able to get good use out of the technology that's there to make gameplay experiences people will like, it's going to be a legitimate console," he told us, adding that "the well is nowhere near dry in terms of what this console can do." Unfortunately, one thing the console can't seem to do is stay on store shelves, though he spun the scarcity as best he could, stating simply that "we're just trying to get as many out there as quick as we can."

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