Koku Gamer writes: 'Staff at the Tuscaloosa Veterans Affairs Medical Center have decided to install Wii consoles in their waiting rooms.'
What they need is some Modern Warfare up in there to make the time pass by. Ok, aside from all the joking, in a place like a hospital it's nice to have a video game system like the wii to cheer things up, I think it's a good move for the hospital.
In the UK a few hospitals used to have N64's in the kids waiting room - can see a Wii causing a few injuries though.. lol will have to have a zone for it- so people don't get smacked in the face.. or what about the dreaded Wii shoulder? sounds like a health and safety nightmare.. but guess it would work ok there - since they are all adults ;)
Absolutely. Hadn't even thought about a Health & Satefy issue...oh well, hopefully they'll have someone there keeping an eye on it all.
Most of the magazines in waiting rooms suck anyway. I hope more places with waiting rooms take a leaf out of these guys book.
Oh good thinking, there could be a lot of damages, a tv screen could end up being broken, someones eye maybe receiving a wii mote...
I'm with you there WengYong. Waiting rooms are either awkward or scary - depending on the time of day/night...
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