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Culture Shock "Mii" characters (Nintendo Wii)

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Nintendo Wii has a "Mii Channel" that lets you make little avatars that can be used in certain games, and while they sadly don't have any options to make canine or lagamorphic characters, I tried making some of the more humanoid characters from Episode 1, with ... mixed results.
Forgive the poor image quality... I could take better pictures of individual characters, I suppose, but I don't feel like it :p
I had to fight myself to resist using "SAM AND MAX ON WII" as the thread title...
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    Jake Telltale Alumni
    Nice those are awesome.
  • Very cool! I like Sybil best.
  • woah, that Brady Culture is spot on. Thumbs up!

    Here's hoping Nintendo releases a Wii patch allowing anthropomorphic animal Mii creation.
  • Since the "Check Mii Out" channel came out, Wii users who can get the system online can now look up my Miis by their obnoxiously cumbersome "Entry numbers."

    Brady: 3310-5165-9744
    Sybil: 0165-0292-0472
    Peepers: 0849-4583-7468
    Specs: 5047-6238-3775
    Whizzer: 5346-3736-3941
  • It's an old topic. Might as well replace the pics and add a Stinky Mii. Perhaps a Flint Paper Mii as well. Maybe even a Maimtron 9000 Mii!
  • The Wii is for children and old people who can't play real games.

    edit: at least there are some games actually worth playing for it now though. There's Mario Galaxy, Metroid Prime, and coming soon, Smash Bros. and No More Heroes.
  • Filthy Assistant;48903 said:
    The Wii is for children and old people who can't play real games.
    Dude! Where do you come up with this stuff?
  • Chuck;48913 said:
    Dude! Where do you come up with this stuff?
    Considering most Wii titles don't even require dexterity so much as WAGGLE WIIMOTE, I think it's a safe assertion.

    I'm not saying the PS3 is much better, mind you. It has a couple more (original/exclusive) games worth playing than the Wii, but for god knows what reason, they thought motion control was also neato keen, and shoved it into games where it has no business belonging. Uncharted and Ratchet and Clank for example.

    It's really like the 360 has no competition at all. I mean, the Wii is selling well, sure, but that's because it's cheap (due to basically being two gamecubes taped together) and everyone is buyin git for their kids because Nintendo is a recognizable name, and little kids can play it easily due to the waggliness.

    I remember back when I was 2 and had an NES. I had to learn to play those super-hard games and I liked it! None of this training-wheels bullcrap kids have today.
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