Akiba blog is reporting that the Nintendo Wii is showing up in Japanese retailers in "semi-normal" numbers, meaning that the incredible demand may have finally faded enough to match the supply. If this holds true for the US, people may be able to get Wiis without stomping and punching each other in the face in stores. Probably not, though. [Akiba Blog via Kotaku]
Japanese Wii Supply Normalising - US Soon Too?
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