By James Shiffer
If you’ve got a hot hand at Super Mario Galaxy, it may be more than the excitement of the game. Minneapolis-based Griffin International Co. is recalling 220,000 recharge stations made for Nintendo Wii gaming controllers, sold under the Psyclone Essentials and React brands. The Chinese-made units developed a bad habit of overheating. Two users have gotten minor burns on their hands, the Consumer Product Safety Commission reports, although the company claims “no injuries have been reported.” The units sold for about $50 at Target, Best Buy and other retailers nationwide from January 2008 through last month. “Brand names are on the front of the packaging and the model numbers, Psyclone (PSE6501) and React (RT530), can be found on the bottom side of the product,” the CPSC reports. Consumers can call Griffin International (888-344-4702) about how they can turn in the defective units and get a free replacement.