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- Updated: December 13, 2006
Gamers all over the world are bewildered by the Wii’s Mii Parade feature. Here’s what to do:
- Find lots of Wii friend codes
- Add them to your friends list
- Persuade them to add your Wii code
- Turn on Wii Connect 24
- Go to the Mii Channel
- Turn on the Travel option
- Wait and hope
By all accounts it’ll take a day or two for Miis to turn up. Miis will only wander over from your friends’ consoles into your parade if their creator has turned on mingle. In the Mii Parade you can pick out any Miis that you like and add them to your Plaza. Once there, they can walk around and stare blankly at your other Miis before wandering away in a daze.
Yeah, that’s it. It’s not the most exciting, is it?
IMO, limiting mingle to mutual friends pretty much kills the whole point of mingling. If my friends want to send me their Miis they can already do so through the Wii mail system thingy. Why wait until one of their Miis decides to wander over of his own accord? It would also be nice if they had a few more idle animations than confused wandering and 5 seconds of conversation. I haven’t seen an idle Mii do anything worth watching yet.
Silly Nintendo. I hope they change their minds about the friends restriction for Mii Parades. I want to see everyone’s Miis!
Our Wii code: [removed - as we have no more space in our address book]
Edited 29th Dec 2006: I have closed the comments on this post.