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Submitted by ThomasBW84 535d ago | opinion piece

Talking Point: Going Mobile Will Give Miiverse a New Lease of Life

Nintendo Life believes that many Wii U owners are likely to agree on one key point: Miiverse is a welcome and excellent new feature on the system. Nintendo was clearly aware that it'd be a major feature and selling point, giving the platform its iconic pre-E3 demonstration and reveal with the viral star, Non-Specific Action Figure. It's also the first thing you see when you log into your Wii U account, in one form, with hundreds of Mii characters flooding onto the screen to show you what they're playing, while sharing their thoughts and illustrations as they do so.

Nintendo Life considers the boost Miiverse may receive once it's available on smartphones, tablets and computers. (Miiverse, Nintendo, Wii U)

CouldHaveYelledUiiW  +   535d ago
I like this, I hope that they get this going before E3.

It would be better to have these apps in the hands of the people before the "Me Too"'s reveal theirs.

Also, I hope that they have the WiiU video chat up and going.

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