As we had mentioned in our previous post, today's Nintendo Wii event on Miami Beach was to offer the hispanic press an opportunity to play with the system and report back to their viewers. Thus, the entire show was in Spanish -- the signs on the wall, the help signs near the games, the chef, and the Nintendo assistants were all bilingual como tu amigo Niero. Por esta razon, esta historia va ser completamente en español. ¡Coño, que raro que Destructoid esta en español! Que clase de disparate esta escribiendo este muchacho? No te preocupes, porque las fotos muestran todo lo que necesitas saber. ¡Haz click, Nintendo fanboy cabrones!
|Chilluns: What's that? ||Niero: I'm a robot! ||Chilluns: Can I see? |
I have to say, watching the kids and non-gamer press play this game was eye opening. Just look at the photos and look at the model photos on the wall -- this is a product that actually delivers the excitement that actually looks like what the people are experiencing in the happy-pill-enduced press photos. With the Wii hitting the shelves next week, you'll soon see what the fuss is all about. Can't wait, can you?