Submitted by Seedhouse 817d ago | news

n-Space: Miiverse "could revolutionise" online interaction

Nintendo Universe writes:

Whilst Nintendo’s E3 press conference was met with mixed reaction, it was the reveal of Wii U’s social infrastructure that has begun to get tongues wagging in a more positive response. (Miiverse, Wii U)

Morrigan-Aensland  +   818d ago

Ps. I brush my teeth with Colgate total
jboy  +   818d ago
It does seem well integrated and i like what i see video chat the lot, hmmm! impressive nintendo
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Jadedz  +   817d ago
"Miiverse" will be the Facebook of gaming (imo)
Sony had a great idea with Home for the PS3, it's just that it isn't as popular as it should've been.
CouldHaveYelledUiiW  +   817d ago
Yeah, Home did look very impressive.

I remember watching it at E3 and thinking, "This is going to kill Nintendo's Mii's."

But it didn't. I am a Nintendo Fanboy (I say jokingly) but it's a shame that good ideas don't always get their due.

Maybe if they had more casuals on current PS plats “Home” would get a better reception?

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