Steve Lycett under his S0L tag has revealed that Nintendo’s Wii Nintendo Channel hasn’t just made a mistake about the Gamecube Controller support but they are also mis-informed about a couple of other things.
The Channel’s product page for Wii states the game supports Wii Connect 24 and the product page for DS states the game supports 2-6 player multiplayer. Steve informs us in a post at the SSMB that both of those statements are incorrect and the DS version supports 4 players locally and online.
Steve also reveals Mii support has been there since the beginning and Craig Duncan’s previous statement was incorrect and too early. The statement couldn’t be cleared up or the cat would have been out of the bag before the announcement was due.
Liking the Mii’s then
They’ve always been in though – we didn’t add them due to fan pressure. Craig was misquoted about them not being in – but I couldn’t really say anything about it as – well then the car would have been well and truly out of the bag
On the Nintendo Channel question…
Wii version doesn’t support Wii Connect 24 – not sure where they’ve got that from.
DS is only 4 player multiplayer (local and online) not 6. They’re right about the rest
As Steve states in the above post, everything else on the Nintendo Channel is true.
So new information now confirmed we have –
Mii support (which has now been officially confirmed today a day later by SEGA/Sumo Digital)
2-4 players multiplayer(locally and online)
Single Card Download-play Multiplayer
Multi Card Multiplayer
Editor’s note: Since the Nintendo Channel information have now been cleared up, we’ve binned yesterday’s article regarding those updates.