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Nintendo TVii Announced, Provides Personalized Entertainment Experience

Posted on Thursday, September 13 @ 07:39:51 PST by Alex_Osborn

Nintendo has just dropped an entertainment bombshell. Dubbed Nintendo TVii, the Wii U's revolutionary entertainment service takes all the content from your favorite services (cable, DVR, Netflix, Hulu, etc.) and organizes them in one simple, easy-to-navigate place.

The GamePad adds a lot of functionality to the experience, allowing users to search the internet, interact on social networks, watch trailers and more, all while content is on the television. 

Nintendo TVii is built upon three pillars: Find, Watch, and Engage. The service provides users with an easy way to find something to watch (a personalized programming guide), remote control interactivity, and the ability to engage with others and the content itself.

The service will be included in every console and will be completely free. That's right, no subscription fees.
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