Who Voices Wii Sports?
We all know and love the Wii Sports games, but have you ever wondered who provides the voices for your favorite characters? In this blog post, we’ll take a look at some of the voice actors behind the iconic Wii Sports games.
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The Voices Behind Wii Sports
If you’ve ever played Wii Sports, you’ve probably wondered who the voices are behind your favorite characters. While some of the voices are provided by professional voice actors, others are actually done by the developers themselves! In this article, we’ll take a look at the voices behind Wii Sports and see how they bring the characters to life.
While many people recognize the voice of Wii Sports protagonist Miis, not everyone knows about the other voice actors behind the iconic Nintendo characters. In this article, we’ll take a look at some of the lesser-known voice actors who have brought these characters to life.
Wii Sports was released in 2006 and quickly became a global phenomenon. The game featured simple, yet addicting gameplay that was easy for anyone to pick up and enjoy. Part of the charm of Wii Sports came from its lovable cast of characters, each with their own unique personalities.
You probably know that Miis are voiced by real people, but did you know that other popular Nintendo characters like Mario and Luigi are also voiced by voice actors? In fact, nearly all of the character voices in Wii Sports are provided by professional voice actors. Let’s take a look at some of the talented men and women who have brought these characters to life.
Mario is voiced by Charles Martinet, who has been voicing the character since 1995. Luigi is voiced by Tony Rosato, who has been voicing the character since 2001. Princess Peach is voiced by Jen Taylor, who has been voicing the character since 1997. Bowser is voiced by Kenny James, who has been voicing the character since 1985. Toad is voiced by Samantha Kelly, who has been voicing the character since 2007.
These are just a few of the many voice actors who have brought Nintendo characters to life over the years. The next time you’re playing a Nintendo game, take a moment to appreciate the hard work that goes into making these characters sound just right.
In Wii Sports, your Mii is your in-game avatar. You can create a Mii using the Wii console’s Mii Channel, or you can use the Mii Parade feature to select a random Mii that’s already been created.
There are a total of 12 Miis that you can play as in Wii Sports. Each one has their own unique voice, which is provided by a different actor or actress.
The Miis and the actors that voice them are:
-Mii 1: Reiko Ninomiya
-Mii 2: Nazuna Inoue
-Mii 3: Natsuko Hatakeyama
-Mii 4: Yuko Miyamoto
-Mii 5: Hiromi Matsuno
-Mii 6: Naomi Watanabe
-Mii 7: Yuki Matsui
-Mii 8: Akiko Hironaka
-Mii 9: Megumi Toyoguchi
-Mii 10: Fumiko Orikasa
-Mii 11: Megumi Nakajima
-Mii 12: Ryotaro Okiayu
The Voices Behind Wii Sports
You might not think about it when you’re playing, but every character in Wii Sports has a voice. In this article, we’ll take a look at who those voices are. You might be surprised to learn that some of your favorite characters are voiced by famous actors!
While most Nintendo games feature recycled voice talent, Wii Sports was a bit of an anomaly in that it featured several relatively unknown voice actors. Here’s a look at the talented people behind some of your favorite Wii Sports characters.
Wii Sports features eight playable characters, each with their own unique personality and style. The game’s voice cast brings these characters to life, infusing them with charm and charisma.
Among the voice cast is Ryuta Tasaki, who voices both Takeshi and Shigeru in Wii Sports. Tasaki is a veteran of the video game industry, having worked on numerous Japanese titles over the years. He’s best known for his work on the Dragon Quest series, in which he voices several monsters and villains.
-Takeshi: Ryuta Tasaki
-Shigeru: Ryuta Tasaki
-Tomoko: Akiko Koike
-Hiroshi: Yuichi Nakamura
-Miis: Your Mii’s Voice
Wii Sports is a 2006 sports video game developed and published by Nintendo for the Wii video game console. The game was released in North America along with the Wii on November 19, 2006, in Japan on December 2, 2006, in Australia on December 7, 2006, and in Europe on December 8, 2006. Wii Sports consists of five separate sports games—tennis, baseball, bowling, boxing, and golf—accessed from the main menu. The gameplay is based on motions using the Wii Remote.
While playing one of the five sports games, players control their Mii avatars. Up to four players can play at once in any combination of sports. There are three modes of play: Competition mode (in which players compete against each other or CPUs), Training mode (in which players practice individual sports) and Free Play mode (in which players can play any sport without any rules or restrictions). Training mode contains tutorials for each sport taught by their respective champions.(Wikipedia, “Wii_Sports”)
When select Miis are played enough within Wii Sports and Wii Sports Resort, they will say things related to their sport when they score or make a certain action during the game. For example: When a Mii hits a home run or gets 3 strikes in bowling while using a Mii that likes those sports enough , they will say “This is my game!”(www.miisearch.com/voices)