Miiverse: Social Network for Nintendo Wii U
Among the highlights that Nintendo filed on the eve of the biggest video game trade show, E3 2012 – and of course we are covering for you – was the presentation of Miiverse, a Social Network for the Wii U. Social network aimed at console gamers and Nintendo games, to make your online life a little more social.
The operation of this network will be made every time we fire the console, where our games will be recorded in the form of tiles. Also, some of these find our Mii along with our contacts and many others with which we have geographical proximity, language or similar tastes.
This social platform will come fully integrated with Nintendo’s new console, and is expected to be the case with future systems Nippon, as in some of those already worked, as the Nintendo 3DS.
In this way, while we’re playing – whether online or not – we can stop the game to leave a message or question in the community, and initiate a kind of chat. Publications that we may be images, text or drawings on the screen of U Wii Gamepad.
Moreover, this integration is not limited only to the Nintendo team, but equally can be accessed via the browser, as well as an application for smartphones.
The purpose of the social network of Nintendo is clear that miiverse be integrated into our lives but we are even playing online.
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Link: Nintendo unveils social network Miiverse for new Wii (Reuters)Tags: 3DS, E3, miiverse, Nintendo, Social Network, Social Networks, U Wii, wii or gamepad