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Submitted by legendoflex 1011d ago | opinion piece

Wii U: Essentials for a Competitive eShop

GenGAME writes: "For the first time, Nintendo is offering a system for which it is possible for all games – including retail games – to be made available for download on day one. Depending on how many third-party publishers choose to take advantage of the service, this could theoretically mean that you’ll be able to get all your Wii U games without ever going through traditional retail. That’s a huge deal.

"What we don’t know is what exactly the Wii U eShop experience will be like. Will it be user and consumer-friendly? Will we feel as though we’re getting the full package with digital games versus boxed physical copies? Let’s explore all the areas Nintendo should consider when putting the finishing touches on Wii U’s online store." (Nintendo, Virtual Console, Wii U)

claud3  +   1011d ago
it totally is and i want to see it
DivineAssault  +   1011d ago
i hope its good..

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