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#3PaperDolphinPosted 5/7/2012 1:25:15 PM
they dont belong in mario they should add more mario characters instead like Wario --- 3DS FC: 4296-3066-7290
#4gamestar3000Posted 5/7/2012 1:37:54 PM
I'm fine with them in the spinoffs, but to each their own --- Lol, I don't give a s*** enough to rage anymore
#5Wario_manPosted 5/8/2012 2:06:03 AM
They're ugly, stupid, unnecessary, only barely resemble people, aren't Mario characters so they don't belong in Mario games, look infinitely worse than the 360 avatar things (and I don't even like the 360 that much) and they're overall just unpleasant to have exist. You can have them in the stupid Wii Sports crap or whatever but keep them out of mainstream games. --- Respect isn't learned, it's earned.
#6gamestar3000Posted 5/8/2012 3:09:35 AM
^ lol. Never seen someone get so worked up over a fictional object --- Lol, I don't give a s*** enough to rage anymore
#7Wario_manPosted 5/8/2012 3:38:15 AM
Someone asked a question and I answered it. I only get annoyed by Miis when they're pushed at me or I see their name. But I still think they're an abomination. --- If someone is stupid enough to buy it there will always be someone smart enough to sell it.
#8gamestar3000Posted 5/8/2012 3:56:58 AM
I can kinda relate to that, because everyone has something they hate. It's the people who state their opinion as a blatant fact,have the need to shove it down peoples' throats,or act like you owe them an explanation for liking what they hate that bother me --- Lol, I don't give a s*** enough to rage anymore
#9HeroFromKryptonPosted 5/10/2012 8:58:11 AM
I wouldn't call my hatred irrational. I just don't particularly like them. I'd rather play as well designed characters instead of something more simplistic than a Lego figure.
#10HyperSonicClonePosted 5/10/2012 12:46:22 PM
Wario_man posted... You can have them in the stupid Wii Sports crap or whatever but keep them out of mainstream games.
To quote another; lol at saying Wii Sports isn't mainstream.