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Submitted by Entertainment_Fuse 1056d ago | opinion piece

Hands-On with Nintendo TVii: Is It The Revolution That Was Promised?

Nintendo of America’s president Reggie Fils-Aime promised Wii U users everywhere that Nintendo TVii would change the way we watched TV for ever. Why? Because TVii can make the gamepad interact with programs. (Culture, Nintendo, TVii, Wii U)

1upgamer99  +   1056d ago
I like the app, and it is free. So yeah I will take it. It is true, you wont lose your remote. Watching a game on TV with the gamepad is very cool. There is more to come as well. I want support for my DVR! :) I don't have TIVO, so I hope they support more DVR'S than just that one.
neogeo  +   1056d ago
I like stuff.
1upgamer99  +   1056d ago
You "like stuff"?? Uh okay.
wiiulee  +   1056d ago
tvii is fantastic and will only get better...of course it will be copied then haters will say wow tvii is great but for some other companies...nintendo cant win with haters and they shouldnt lose sleep over that.

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