We already heard about ripped copies of Super Mario Galaxy making it onto the 'net, and now some silly person is showing off his Super Mario Galaxy backup running on his consumer Wii.
The video maker goes out of his way to show that this copied disc is actually playing, even stopping to eject the copy to show its effect on the game. We get it -- it works!
He's still not as cool as the GameStop employees that we've talked to who just took the kiosk copy of the game home and played it to their hearts' content. Even cooler are the people who will actually wait a few weeks to purchase a real copy to add this fine game to their collections.
And guess what, backup guy -- I saw your Mii, and I'm telling!
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