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* The Nintendo Wii console comes with a motion sensitive remote which translates your movements directly onto the on screen activity and features a built-in speaker to keep you up close and personal to the game.

* To allow you to get gaming as soon as possible, the Wii console comes packaged with Wii Sports - a fun packed way of getting to grips with the new concept of motion sensitive gaming, whether your remote acts as a tennis racket, a golf club or a baseball bat, you'll soon get to grips with the remote that transforms your playing experience.

* For ages 7 years and over.


We have sold out of our initial allocation of the Nintendo Wii console. However we are expecting some limited stocks prior to Christmas.
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#1
Thanks, will have to keep checking this one to see if I can snag one :giggle:
#2
its been like this since the day they were launched i was told last friday they were expecting them in 3-7 working days and to phone customer care (ored line) to see if they have em
#3
Thanks, will keep checking on it.
#4
Different information but might be useful. We had been trying to get hold of a Wii for our son since Friday but everywhere was 'pre-order' only.

We were let down by someone who works in George Henry Lee (here in Liverpool). They never let staff buy any. Not her fault.

Anyway. We kept going into the local stores - Game, HMV, Virgin, Gamestation, George Henry Lee every morning.

Most said that they were only selling to 'pre-ordered' buyers. Virgin however said they were expecting a delivery pre-christmas for general sale.

This morning we again drove into Liverpool city centre. There was a queue outside Virgin at 8.45am waiting for it to open. One of the guys in the queue said he had phoned them at 8.00am and had been told they had 50 Wiis delivered. It was more like 20.

So we were able to get one for our son. He is currently at home playing on Zelda. He is overjoyed. He had saved his own money for like 6 months. We are getting him a nice 20" LCD HD READY TV for Xmas. Now for the component cables ;)

Not rubbing it in. Just letting everyone know that if you keep on the ball you should be able to get one.

Several retailers such as Argos and Woolworths had told us they were expecting a pre-christmas delivery but they didn't know what day.

The retailers in Liverpool City Centre have to get their deliveries fairly early due to the amount of shoppers later on. They generally get deliveries BEFORE they open.

My advice then is keep ringing the retailers each morning or travel into the major city centres early (if you are able to do so).

Anything to stop the ridiculous prices people are asking for Wii's on eBay.
#5
Seen a demo of this Wii with someone playing tennis and can see how that could be realistic in a sense but how do they work with the likes of say a football game or rugby.
#6
I preorded a Wii from Argos on the 23rd of November being told I was gonna be guaranteed one on launch but have yet to receive it, so be carefull
#7
Hello all...I've been lurking here for ages and have finally decided to come out of the closet :giggle:

I'll be going to Denmark on Thursday...is there any way I could buy a Wii from there and use it in the UK?
#8
Yeah that would be fine, you'd just need a travel adaptor like the kind Europeans use when they bring hairdryers over here and stuff, cost about £2.50.

My 360 is German actually.
#9
gogboy
Seen a demo of this Wii with someone playing tennis and can see how that could be realistic in a sense but how do they work with the likes of say a football game or rugby.


You'd turn the remote on its side and use it as a normal controller i guess, apart from throwins/lineouts

Maybe in ruggers there's more scope for it than footie...

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