Nintendo apologises for failing to launch Wii U's TVii service in Europe
Nintendo says sorry European Wii U owners, who will now have to keep playing Super Mario 3D World instead of watching TVii.
Nintendo has apologised that its TVii service is still yet to launch in Europe.
TVii launched alongside the Wii U in the US, but was scheduled to make its debut in Europe at some point in 2013. Which didn't happen. Pressing the TV button on the GamePad is therefore significantly less fruitful in Europe, basically.
"Please continue to keep an eye out for further announcements regarding this service in the near future."
In the US, TVii amalgamates cable and satellite service alongside Hulu Plus, Amazon Instant Video, and Netflix into the Wii U GamePad, functioning as a nifty programme guide that can then display shows on your TV or on the GamePad itself.
Resident Evil Village Showcase (April 2021) Days Gone – Official PC Features Trailer Rick and Morty: 28 Best Hidden References You Missed In Season 2 Resident Evil 7 Story Recap FFXIV Online The Twinning Dungeon Gameplay (PS5 Open Beta) Mortal Kombat Movie - Official Evolution Trailer Resident Evil Village Mercenaries Mode Reveal Trailer | Resident Evil Showcase Resident Evil 4 VR Reveal Trailer | Resident Evil Showcase Resident Evil Village Trailer | Resident Evil Showcase Resident Evil Village - New Demo Overview Trailer Black Ops Cold War And Warzone - Season Two Outro Cinematic Core Games - Official Early Access Cinematic Trailer