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Reggie says big Wii 'surprise' coming in September


10:43 AM on 07.24.2007
Reggie says big Wii 'surprise' coming in September photo



In a recent interview on GameHead, Nintendo's Reggie Fils-Aime teased an upcoming "surprise" for Wii owners. Using the same breath he used to talk about the upcoming "Check Mii Out Channel" like it's something you should care about, he reveals that something else is slated for the very near future. 

"The surprise is coming," he teased, "by the end of September."

Reggie thinks we'll like this surprise, but I'm not so sure. We're talking about the company whose idea of a cool reveal at E3 was a "six-minute abs" videogame ... don't even get me started.

If you were to wake up to find your Wii's disc tray gently glowing, what kind of surprise would you like to find lurking inside?

[Via CVG

 






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