Nintendo TVii Gets A Launch Window
Wii U


Back in September, Nintendo announced TVii, an application that would allow users to search through, watch, and otherwise interact with a range of TV shows, movies, sporting events, and other programing. It’s a bit like a Nintendo-branded television concierge service, augmented through the Wii U’s nifty touch-screen GamePad. The service will use existing cable and satellite providers as well as streaming services like Hulu and Netflix. Nintendo TVii will be a free service, though some 3rd party content providers will require a subscription (like Netflix). 


Unfortunately, the Nintendo TVii service will not be available at the console’s launch. Nintendo has recently pegged the application with a December activation window. It will probably arrive via a simple firmware update, or perhaps a simple download from the Nintendo store.

TVii will allow you to chat with other Wii U users that are watching the same programs as you. You will be able to share your comments through Nintendo’s own Miiverse, Facebook, Twitter, and other social networking services.

by Angelo D'Argenio
11/16/2012 11:10AM


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