USA Today reports on hard to find PS3s and Wiis as the masses scramble to swoop up last minute Christmas gifts before Santa's super sleigh takes to the sky. From the article: "Retailers are expected to be 'trapping inventory' for shoppers Sunday, says American Technology Research analyst P.J. McNealy. 'That realistically will be the last big shopping day of the year. I expect people to start camping out on Saturday again.'"
Though continued lines have existed throughout the nation for both consoles since launching in November, sounds like the hoarding of stock by retailers could cause a campout repeat. And if some store refuses to tell you how much stock they have and/or the exact time of availability, refuse to tell them how lame they are.