The holiday shopping season is upon us, and if your little one is craving the world's most popular gaming system, you may have a Wii problem.
Last year, Nintendo's Wii gaming console became a latter-day Cabbage Patch Kid or Tickle Me Elmo, prompting long lines of desperate parents haunting gaming emporiums and big chain stores hoping to satisfy the gaming demands of their precious little snowflakes
Well, it seems someone hit the replay button. Here comes the sequel, Quest for Wii 2007.
Electronic game retailers already are under siege, and despite Nintendo's claims that they are churning out Wii consoles at an unprecedented pace, there are few of the $250 units available for consumers.
The alternatives - Sony's PlayStation3 and Microsoft's Xbox 360 - just won't do, retailers report.