Nintendo TVii

Nintendo has been shooting off Wii U details left and right for the past day. One of the more impressive details is the new Nintendo TVii.

Apparently, the Wii U will have a built in DVR and will give users the ability to search through a load of content and service providers such as Netflix, Hulu and Cablevision. This program will tailer to the users needs with the ability to personalize it in the way they see fit. Not only are TV shows and movies available, so are a wide variety of sports providers. Users will also be able to talk to each other while watching a program.

Nintendo TVii will first be available for the US and Canada, but Reggie Fils-Aime, the Nintendo Company President of America, stated they’re looking into expanding the service.

For further details, check out the video demo.



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  1. This is probably the best thing to be announced outside of Bayonetta 2. This is a great move for Nintendo, and shows that they really are trying to give you a unique entertainment experience.

    They are starting to impress me ever so slightly with them now paying attention to social trends and how they can be used while still enjoying the TV.

  2. Yeah I think it’s pretty cool, also. The only thing I question is; when the PS4 and new Xbox arrive, how much different, or better, will their video services be? If they’re leaps and bounds better than this Nintendo TVii, then, Wii U will be left in the dust much like the original Wii was.

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