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Posted on Tuesday, November 13 @ 21:19:48 Eastern by

Above you'll find a rundown on the Nintendo Network functionalities available on launch day for new Wii U owners. The eShop, Miiverse, TVii, and Wii U Chat functions will all operate over the Nintendo Network, along with multiplayer games, friends lists, and more. Of course, I'm still left wondering if Nintendo really knows what they're doing.

No achievements? All of these existing features added in via patch at launch? Mobile phone support after launch? Does this seem kind of thrown together to anyone else?

This week's episode of GameRevolution Radio is all about Nintendo's Wii U, launching on Sunday, and we want your input on one key feature set: Nintendo Network's online services. What does Nintendo need to include to make the Wii U a successful online console?

How should Nintendo Network operate on Wii U?

Don't forget to rate your fellow commenters! We'll be reading the best comments on this week's episode of GameRevolution Radio!
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