I second what Alice said. I couldn't help but smile, hearing Eden's hearty laughter and observing the obvious affection the sisters have for one another (not to mention the affection Jesse has for the Wii's one and only Warioware title).
I've never posted to the Maxfun Forums before, but given that 2012 is drawing to a close, and the end of human history is near, I felt it was imperative that I share this with the rest of the world.
Also, I wanted to throw my hat into the ring for the competition to produce the best Warioware: Smooth Moves Fever novelty hit. It may take me a few weeks, but mark my words, Judge Hodgman, I won't let you down. And actually, I have several other comments to make related to some subjects that are dear to my heart (Nintendo, the basic principles of contract law, the longevity of consumer electronics products in the 21st Century, etc.) but that will have to wait for now, as I have some video games that need playing.
PS - I'm pretty sure the iPhone's autocorrect "feature" turns Hodgman into Hoffman not because Steve Jobs was a big fan of The Graduate, but rather because of the fact that the letters F, D, and G are so close to each other on the QWERTY keyboard.