Nintendo has revealed the Miiverse, the company’s gaming social system designed to integrate with the Wii U console, offering avatars, chat, communities and more. Built around the Mii avatars, the Miiverse supports text and handwritten messages that can be accessed via a mobile browser such as on a smartphone or tablet, allowing Wii U gamers to quickly get help from their friends with trickier levels and challenges. Read the full story at Slashgear
Wii U Miiverse unveiled: Mobile chat and more
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