Rejected WiiPlay Games

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Vital Statistics

Rejected WiiPlay Games

Date: May 25, 2007

Category: Other

Appearing: James Turner, Jeremy Petter, Graham Stark, Matt Wiggins, Paul Saunders, Ben Wilkinson

Writing: Graham Stark and others

Camera: Graham Stark

3D Graphics: Graham Stark

Editing: Graham Stark

Additional 2D Art: Kathleen De Vere

Location: Bill's Place v2.0, Jer's Place, Paul's Place, Matt's Place, James' Place

Synopsis

Games that did not quite reach Nintendo's high standards:

  • BiiHeading: Vive le Revolution!
  • WiiWhaling: Blubber!
  • PaperworkMario: Promoted!
  • WiiSalute: Heil!
  • Why Are Wii Hitting Ourselves: 9!
  • Cii-Section: It's A Boy!
  • WiiPii: Urine!
  • Rhythm Gymnastics: Masculine!
  • WiiDriveby: 10 Haters Capped!
  • Prostate Exam: Prostate Healthy! (Second Opinion!)
  • Seal Hunt
  • Female Pleasure: Whipped!
  • Wii Wii

Trivia

  • Graham used Cinema4D for the 3D work.
  • This quickly proved to be one of LRR's most popular offerings, surpassing 1337 to become the second-most-popular video.
    • Rejected WiiPlay Games also caused the site's Alexa rank to climb to nearly 19,000 - the highest it's been since How to Talk like a Pirate.
  • Each live-action segment was shot in the residence of the person in the shot.
    • This is the first time Jer's home has appeared in LRR.
  • The shirt made for this video did not sell well despite high demand, leading LRR to move to a "pre-order only" system for the next several runs of shirts. All the remaining shirts (an unspecified amount) were offered for a $2500 donation to the Season 11 Kickstarter, in the "Rejected Backer Tier." It was not selected, and the shirts remain with LRR.
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