Video game retailer GameStop finally has enough Nintendo Wii consoles for everyone, and it only took around three and a quarter years to get there.

In an interview with Gamasutra, GameStop's senior VP of merchandising and hoseheads Bob McKenzie says that the company's supply of Nintendo Wii consoles has finally caught up with demand.

"You know, three years later, we finally have enough inventory on the shelf, and we've got a couple of weeks in supply of this. That's good because we can finally determine and gauge it before we get into the fourth holiday season."


Hallelujah! Hopefully thins also signals an end of me having to keep track of Wii sales on eBay in favor of something less tedious, like tracking Nintendo DSi sales on eBay.

GameStop's McKenzie: Wii Supply 'Finally' Sufficient [Gamasutra]

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