The Wii U launch is just under one month away, and one eager Nintendo fan has already lined up for get a console. Travis “Triforce” Johnson, an avid Nintendo gamer and always one of the first ones to get in line for a new Nintendo console, has set up camp in front of the Nintendo World Store in New York.
He posted the below photo on Twitter and announced that he plans to become the first person in the world to get a Wii U console. Last year, he waited in line for over a week to be the first one to get a Nintendo 3DS handheld console. He’s got some long, cold November weeks ahead of him. We’re likely to see people lining up across the US in front of video game and electronics stores in the final days before launch. But we never expected someone to camp a full month head of launch.
That’s one dedicated Nintendo Wii U fan.
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