Well, the whole point about Mii's is that they're quick and easy to build and that they are cute. If you make things too complex or too lifelike, it simply will not appeal to as broad a spectrum of people.
Saying that, I would like the ability to customise the outfits that the mii's wear, basic colours cannot really capture your tastes very well, and likewise, not being able to choose between trousers and a skirt for girls may also seem like a turn-off. I would like stats and stuff for the mii's but not to have it too complex.
I would also love to have a channel whereby you can play music (either by CD or by SD card) and have some of your mii's pretending to be in a band in concert or something.
Last but not least, I would love for more third party developers to allow miis into their games. Heck I wouldn't mind if Nintendo parodied all sorts of genres with the mii's. Think of a mii first person shooter! Or how about a mii rpg.
The mii's are a really good idea, and something I'm sure Nintendo will expand on a fair amount. I'm just hoping they don't try to compete with Sony and make them too complex. Mii characters should only take 5 minutes to create, or else the customisation would get too tedious that it will begin to turn players off. (The amount of times I've created a character on previous Tony Hawks games and got a better idea for one half way through the customisation and just ended giving up is quite astonishing).
They won't do anything about it. It's a well recognised fact that ideas from fans in the gaming industry aren't even read. I think it's meant to be something about if they already have something in development that is similar, then they need to be able to say it was their own idea, or other potential copyright infringements (like taking a patented idea and expanding on it, whilst not knowing the idea has already been patented).Originally Posted by billii