The day has finally dawned when Miiverse—Nintendo’s ill-fated attempt at a social network—is seeing its end. Miiverse was an integral part of the Wii U experience, and though the sluggish console OS discouraged heavy usage of it, the network still played a significant role in many games, like Splatoon and Super Mario Maker. These games will still continue to be playable, but now that the service is getting the axe, users will be interacting with them in a different way.
A new update just went out for Super Mario Maker (and its 3DS equivalent), which closes down the comments function for good, while also adding in a series of bug fixes. Here’s the list of changes made:
Super Mario Maker:
– Accompanying the ending of the Miiverse service, new comments can no longer be added and existing comments can no longer be viewed on uploaded courses. Courses can still be uploaded, played, and evaluated. – A number of issues have been fixed to make for a pleasant playing experience.
Super Mario Maker 3DS:
-A number of issues have been fixed to make for a pleasant playing experience.
What do you think? Will you continue using these? What are your favorite memories from Miiverse? Share your thoughts in the comments below.