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do u think they should put a make your own mario chaecter in it?

yes its a good idea
4 (21.1%)
no it would be bad
13 (68.4%)
you dont know
2 (10.5%)

Total Members Voted: 18

Author Topic: Should you be able to make your own Mario character?  (Read 7695 times)

Offline baby mario

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i think they should maby.
« Last Edit: October 27, 2010 by Pumpkin »

Offline SpiderStaryu

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Re: Should you be able to make your own Mario character?
« Reply #1 on: October 27, 2010 »
Welcome to the forum. When making topics here, be sure to use the Future Mario Party Dictionary first. ;)

Anyway, hmmmm, that sounds like a good idea, though how would you make your own Mario character? It sounds too... farfetch'd. =P

Offline Paper Peach

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Re: Should you be able to make your own Mario character?
« Reply #2 on: October 27, 2010 »
No, it sounds kinda weird you know...and besides how much info can the Wii handle for that anwyay :-\?

Offline Colyton

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Re: Should you be able to make your own Mario character?
« Reply #3 on: October 27, 2010 »
I don't know....sounds good, but it would be very difficult.

Offline baby mario

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Re: Should you be able to make your own Mario character?
« Reply #4 on: October 27, 2010 »
ya i agree with all of u and it would have the option on the main menu

Offline baby mario

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Re: Should you be able to make your own Mario character?
« Reply #5 on: October 30, 2010 »
commet if u think i should close this

Offline Mizore_Ice

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Re: Should you be able to make your own Mario character?
« Reply #6 on: November 02, 2010 »
commet if u think i should close this

You don't need to close this topic. You're just expressing something that could be put into a future Mario Party game and want other peoples opinions.

Anyway, it would be pretty neat to be able to. I would love to play as my Mario fan character, Guido, in a Mario Party game. :D

Offline Waluigi48 [rip in pizzas]

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Re: Should you be able to make your own Mario character?
« Reply #7 on: November 24, 2010 »
I think to do that you have to have a Mii option in MP9 but I see where you're going with that there.

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[nooooooooooooooo

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I think we should have some sort of create-a-character mode. :P
« Last Edit: April 18, 2011 by Professor Ratigan »


Offline HuntMac

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If there was an option, it would be kinda hard to pull off :P The style would have to match with the characters that are already in the game, in my opinion. I don't really like the games that have Mii support (not that I really played those) like Animal Crossing or MKWii just cause they clash with the art style.

In the end, if it was an option, there probably wouldn't be that much to customize with (to keep it in the same style) and people would be disappointed and end up using their already preferred character anyway.

Offline Vipsoccermaster

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No, I don't think so. I just don't think it would work out correctly, because it would be weird, it might not have that kind of feel like HuntMac said. I voted no a long time ago, I have no clue why I never posted earlier.

Making your own Mario characters is just awkward, though you could try to do it with your Miis, however. Leave it to Nintendo to create more Mario characters.

Offline Shaby

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Sounds weird...
I say NO!

Offline Captain Hobo

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Yes, I like this idea. Kinda like Miis on the Wii.

Offline cookieboy17

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I don't even understand what this guy is trying to say :P But no regardless.
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