- For the number, sii or 7 (number).
| This article needs liposuction!
|This poor old lady is not in her better shape, but we wish we could trust |
your swift hands to bring her back to her former glory.
We mean rewrite it!
|Release Date||1000 AD in China|
|Platforms||Boring and dull|
|Rating||C for Crap (US), 3+ (Europe), G (Australia)|
|Would Nelson Mandela play it?||YES!|
The Vii is an
shiitty ripoff improvement on the Wii created by Chintendo. It is the most iinnovatiivecrappiiest product in China. However, the Chinese sold it for a good price of 1,300 yuan, which is about US$300. Also available in Japan for a cheap price of 25,000,000 yen! The Vii has the Viimote, which iis avaiilable iin Crap Brown, Shiit Black, Wiid Green, Pii Yellow, and Blood Red.
The Vii consists of a case, a tiny circuit board, a weight to make it heavy, 8-bit graphics, two consoles (the Viimote) and a free cartridge containing seven games inside. It's really just a big piece of plastic with nothing in it. The following games for the Vii iitself iinclude:
- Emo Tennis
- Emo Golf
- Boil The Egg
- Fuck Fuck Revolution
- The Incredible Hulk
- Dumb Dart
- And many more!
“Vii Wii Bong! Vii Wii Bong!”
All of these games are proudly created by Chintendo (a Chinese knockoff of Nintendo). If the Vii doesn't satisfy you, simply give it back to Chintendo, and then go out and buy a Wii (if you can find one).
The hiistorii of the Vii began in China, when they were attempting to create a toilet. Jealous of their more advanced Japanese counterparts, who created the Wii Toilet System, the Chinese planned a toilet that can be cheap and as fun as the more expensive Japanese-made Wii. The Chinese copied the Wii, changed the looks and rebranded it as the Vii. The advantage of the Vii is that people can have a greater privacy when they are shitting or pissing. But it has its own drawbacks. People now have to wait in line to go to the toilet, and it lacks the ability for one to stand while going to the toilet.
The Vii revolutionised the toilet and video game industry in different ways. Rather having lots of people going in one toilet, the Vii gives better privacy. The Vii design is now the standard for many toilet makers for many years to come. The Chinese design was unchanged until the Vii was transformed from a toilet to a console. The console was released in 2007, showing the innovations done by Nintendo applied by Kensington.