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1. Posted: Sun 29th Sep 2013 21:53 BST
Anyone expecting this to happen... AT ALL? Still can't understand why the Wii U has less TV functionality compared to the 360 and PS3 and costs more then them (and has less onboard storage). My Wii has the BBC Iplayer but the Wii U doesn't >.< I know Nintendo is about the games but the fact of the matter is that people expect more out of their devices now so why shouldn't the Wii U have these features. Guess I'll just go back to watching Mock the Week on the regular Wii then
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2. Posted: Sun 29th Sep 2013 22:02 BST
Ohhhhh poor you... having to watch TV on a wii... JK hmmm... don't know of anything coming soon...
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3. Posted: Sun 29th Sep 2013 22:09 BST
I'm actually dreading this (selfish i know), as i don't own a tv (i own several monitors and a projector) i'm not required to own a TV licence. Once TVii is launched it will be impossible for me to prove i do not use it to watch television. I will be out of pocket £150 per year for something i don't even use, if this happens i'll be selling my Wii U unless Nintendo can vouch for me that i never use the TVii thing. TV licence is the such a con, its only a matter of time before a lawsuit ends it once and for all.
anywho.... If i had to guess there are some legal issues to iron out due to the way the UK in particular polices its television and advertisements, its still coming though.
Edited on Sun 29th September, 2013 @ 22:10 by Emblem