Welcome to Miiverse, Nintendo’s New Revolution In Online Interaction
If you were idly bumbling around the interwebs yesterday, you’ll know that Nintendo gifted us with an ecstatic pre-E3 Nintendo Direct press conference, offering us new and intriguing information revolving around the Wii U. Among the top stuff we were shown yesterday is Nintendo’s answer to our constant pleading for an online platform that meets our current needs in this gaming world – Miiverse. Believe me when I say it does much more than just connecting accounts online – it has that Nintendo-esque touch of magic which connects you personally to your fellow gamers.
When you hit the power button on your Wii U, Miiverse is the first thing to pop
up on your TV screen, and the feature can also be accessed at any time, including during gameplay. With Miiverse, you can share various content with other gamers, make considerable use of voice chat and messaging services (handy if you’re stuck while playing a game), use emoticons, handwritten messages and handmade doodles and scribbles to really connect with others. If that’s not enough, you can also share gameplay screenshots online too via this platform. Nifty, eh?
Miiverse has been confirmed to be compatible with all Wii U games, and is also undergoing plans (though not completed yet) to be accessible from virtually anywhere in the near future – that is, mobile phones/smartphones, the web and of
course, the Nintendo 3DS. How very considerate, wouldn’t you say?