Nintendo, always on the hunt for new gamers, hit up the American Association of Retired People's Life@50+ Expo in Washington, D.C. this week. The expo gave the company the chance to win over even more people who will buy the Wii and never actually plug it in. I kid, though my parents have been the proud owner of a Wii for several months now and it remains safely ensconced in it's still sealed box. Maybe if I drove down there and set it up for them they'd be high-fivein' over Brain Age 2 and Wii Sports too.