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If you’re a gamer in North America and you’re planning on buying the new Nintendo Wii U console, you’ll have something else to look forward to other than the games.
The new application, which will be found in the main menu of the console- is called TVii and is a step forward by Nintendo in an attempt to take over the living room. This area of the home, previously dominated by the Microsoft Xbox 360 console, is aiming to consolidate all of your cable, Netflix, Hulu, etc streams in one place so you can just open the app and start up whatever you wanted to watch. The new system is being fully supported by all major cable companies such as Time Warner and Verizon. It will also include an interactive part of the app, where you can post to your social media feeds such as Twitter and Facebook.
This is the most ambitious application that Nintendo have created to date, and it’s free- so no subscription fee. Sadly, as of this point it’s only going to be available in North America- but no Mexico. Hopefully this service will be available worldwide before too long.