He's an Emmy award winner, a daytime game show host, and an improv master, but now he can travel and play with you on your Nintendo 3DS.
Television star Wayne Brady has teamed up with Nintendo to offer players of the popular Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo 2DS, a chance to bring the star of "Let's Make A Deal!" and "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" to their Mii Plaza, one of the many features offered on the handheld video game systems.
A special Mii character, designed to look like Wayne, is being distributed throughout various locations that offer "Nintendo Zone," a service that allows players to connect to the Internet and download exclusive content to their games, check out demos of upcoming Nintendo releases, and interact with the last several people to visit that location and play with them in popular "StreetPass" titles such as "Find Mii," "Warrior's Way," and "Puzzle Swap."
What makes this downloadable Wayne Brady so special, besides being Nintendo's first actor-turned-Mii, is that he is wearing golden pants, which means his video game counterpart will offer players the opportunity to get rare items and abilities for the various "StreetPass" titles that interact with the Mii Plaza, which include a rare pink colored panel in "Puzzle Swap," or 10,000 soldiers to aid your army in "Warrior's Way."
The Mii character will be available for download at Nintendo Zone locations all across the country now through Dec. 22, so if you happen to go to McDonald's for lunch this weekend, make sure to take your 3DS with you and download your very own Wayne Brady Mii.