How deeply does Nintendo's tendrils penetrate Japanese society? So deeply that this wanted poster was spotted in Kanagawa, and instead of a traditional composite sketch, what's that we have there? A Mii portrait??
I don't throw around the word "cute" all that often, but this, my friends, is the cutest damn thing I have seen in years.
Yeah, I only played the Wii to make my Mii. I was one of those people. Someone even enjoyed it so much they started making Miis offline with the these handcrafted, cute-as-a-button Mii brooches/pins.
Those Mii Sculptures we told you about last year are finally available for purchase. All you have to do is hand over $79 and a copy of your Mii and the guy will hand-craft it just for you. Some of his other creations, Michael Jackson, Woody Allen and Bill Gates—actually do look a lot like the actual person. We're not…
So, apparently these kids were watching telly at home when some japanese Mulder-and-Scully-wannabes arrive with some white magic wand. Then the whole family gathers around the TV to laugh at grandpa while changing his hairstyle. It's like, oh grandpa, we love you, but you would be so much cooler with an afro wig, man.…
During the Nintendo Keynote, Nintendo's Miyamoto quietly slipped in a tidbit about an upcoming Wii channel. He said this new channel—as yet unnamed—is going to be a popularity channel where you can compare your Miis to other users and hold popularity contests and vote on the best Mii.
If you're one of the millions who still can't manage to get your hands on a Wii, take a look at this set of Miis made to look like the character from the US version of The Office.
Artist Mr. Thiel is trying to gauge public interest in him making custom-designed Mii Sculptures. Are you interested in having a little Mii-representation of yourself sitting on your office desk? Who the hell isn't?