7 posts tagged mii
None of the people I StreetPass Miis with are ever as fun as this. Everyone who lives in my city needs to abandon their serious 3DS avatars, and adopt Miis modeled after singers from the 1980s for my amusement.
“Hello, is it me you’re looking for?
‘Cause I wonder where you are,
and I wonder what you do.
Are you somewhere feeling lonely
or is someone loving you?”
Eagerly awaiting Phil Collins showing up on my 3DS, greeting me with “TakeALookAtMeNow”.
Buy: Nintendo 3DS XL Red or Blue, Nintendo 3DS See also: More Nintendo 3DS XL videos and photos [Via whisperhug]
A Mii avatar in Dragon Quest Monsters: Terry’s Wonderland 3D. Is this the first time a Dragon Quest protagonist hasn’t been rendered Akira Toriyama style? Sure, this isn’t exactly a “designed” protagonist, but it’s still an interesting break from tradition.
You’ll be able to fight both online and via StreetPass. And by “you” I mean “people in Japan,” of course. Here’s some pretty awesome motivation to beat your opponents:
I’d feel rewarded every single time I got this screen.
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Cooking Mama’s Mii, made by Majesco. Perfect for any time you want to take 3D pictures of food! Too bad Mii Pics doesn’t include a “flaming eyes” expression. You’ll just have to imagine that level of disapproval.
Buy: Crafting Mama
See also: More Cooking Mama stuff
Miis of Eric and JC, for those of you who are so desperate to add other people’s avatars to your new Nintendo 3DS that you’ll settle for random guys from a gaming blog.
Who knew that behind those masks, there are two pretty normal looking dudes with identical eyeglasses.
See also: More Nintendo 3DS news and media
The Mii stamp from Japan’s Wii no Ma Shopping. They’re already shipping to lucky folks in Japan who ordered them through the new Wii shopping service, including Masato at Inside-Games.
It’s a pretty nice-looking thing, and I’d actually like to have a stamp of my Mii (which looks exactly like me) but yeah, this is mostly here as an excuse to listen to the infectious song from the Japanese commercials again:
Mii Stamp commercial is the best thing.
This is one of several new products Nintendo introduced to Japan today with its launch of the Wii no Ma Shopping channel, a service allowing users to buy exclusive items and over 10,000 consumer products from their Wii.
From what I can tell, this custom stamp sells for ¥1575 ($19.53) and lets you personalize any flat surface with your Mii’s face. It also has a really cute theme song!
This clip is excerpted from NintenDaan’s extended Wii no Ma Shopping video, which you can watch below:
Takahashi Meijin demonstrates how to recreate his Mii. It doesn’t seem like a perfect representation, but … it’s official, and therefore awesome and totally worth having in your Mii parade. And it’s somewhat more accurate than Hudson’s NES rendering.
[Via 16Shot TV]