Originally Posted by SurplusGamer
Dude has a point. The reasons for wanting to release on Wiiware are obvious, but there are standards of quality to uphold too, surely. 'The Wii just isn't very powerful' doesn't seem to be a particularly good excuse because it makes one wonder why the game was crammed onto it in the first place.
But it's good that the issues will (hopefully) be fixed.
I think it was probably Lucasarts' idea to jam it onto the Wii regardless of anything else, and while it's a good idea to put an adventure game on the Wii, as the controls work perfectly
for TMI, it'd would've been MUCH more enjoyable as a disc release, rather than WiiWare. Sam and Max Save the World on Wii, for all its faults, puts TMI to shame.