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komicturtle

Keep the friend codes in some form. For example: I don't want unwanted folks adding me randomly. I'll hand out my code to people I WANT to add, so that way, I know for sure who I'm adding and because it's someone with a unique code and not someone who has a similar name... or something.

Sucks that they'll be gone, but I like friend codes. And keeping them in some form would be cool. I'll have to put my account on special lockdown.

Don't like random people trying to add me.

Oh, and 3DS codes beat Wii Codes :3

Nintendo did a good job with only one FC. Then again, I like having multiple friend lists because my Brawl list got full by adding people on All Is Brawl to play matches and I like keeping most as they are competetive- something I doubt people currently on my 3DS list are (all from NL).

That's the real pro of having multiple fcs for games. But that's about it lol

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TheKingOfTown

komicturtle92 wrote:

Keep the friend codes in some form. For example: I don't want unwanted folks adding me randomly. I'll hand out my code to people I WANT to add, so that way, I know for sure who I'm adding and because it's someone with a unique code and not someone who has a similar name... or something.

Sucks that they'll be gone, but I like friend codes. And keeping them in some form would be cool. I'll have to put my account on special lockdown.

Don't like random people trying to add me.

Oh, and 3DS codes beat Wii Codes :3

Nintendo did a good job with only one FC. Then again, I like having multiple friend lists because my Brawl list got full by adding people on All Is Brawl to play matches and I like keeping most as they are competetive- something I doubt people currently on my 3DS list are (all from NL).

That's the real pro of having multiple fcs for games. But that's about it lol

You don't have to accept them as friends. You can also block the user if they keep on asking you over and over again.

Why do people point to their wrists when asking for the time, but don't point to their crotch when they ask where the bathroom is?

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Marios-love-child

I've never had any issues at all with Wifi connection on the Wii, never noticed any lagging in games etc. Its certainly a million times better that the Wifi connection on my PS3 anyway.

The friends codes thing is something that needs to be addressed though, the PS3 is so much easier to navigate online play, i.e being able to see when friends are online and what games they are playing.

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komicturtle

Yes, zez.

I know that, obviously. That's besides the point I was trying to make.

All I want is a lock so no one randomly sends me requests. That's all I really want.

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