Obama Set Up “Wii Station” in East Wing for Super Sunday

We already know that the Wii has become the First Console, but via Infendo, a little more about the white box in the White House comes our way from a report about the President’s Super Sunday:

Representative Charlie Dent, Republican of Pennsylvania, said he was “pleasantly surprised” to be invited to the White House to watch the Super Bowl. He brought his three children — ages 14, 12 and 8 — who joined other kids at a Wii station that was set up in the East Wing. Like Mr. Obama, he was elected to Congress in 2004, but they hadn’t seen one another since freshman orientation four years ago on Capitol Hill. — The New York Times

Sadly, no further details about which games the Obamas keep on hand for such gatherings. I’m going to take a wild stab in the dark and say Wii Sports, Mario Kart Wii, and maybe some Wii Play or Super Smash Bros. Brawl.

But probably not Wii Music, though that would be one hell of an endorsement.