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Nintendo TVii - Japanese launch, service details



- due out on Dec. 8th
- joint venture with IPG
- involves usage of Syndicated G Guide with IPG, the Interactive Program Guide company
- call up various information regarding television programs
- check for TV listings while watching TV. Nintendo TVii
- can also be used even when not watching TV or while you're in the middle of playing a game
- selecting a TV program from the program listings will allow you to view its contents, performing actors and actresses, and related programs
- clicking on the actor or actress will let you view detailed information, such as their profile along with additional programs that they are scheduled to appear in
- buy a 100-yen DLC pack to unlock channel changing features
- you can also use the GamePad's TV remote feature instead, which is free
- search for shows that you can watch soon
- allows for searching from keyboards, such as a show's genre or a person's name
- add shows, people, or genres to your favorites list
- recommendations will analyze your inclinations towards shows, then introduce you to them as recommendations

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27 Nov 2012 02:15

Hmm I wonder when we're getting it
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27 Nov 2012 03:09

Probably around the same time
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27 Nov 2012 03:42

I'm glad to see this feature going to other regions!
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27 Nov 2012 04:59

- buy a 100-yen DLC pack to unlock channel changing features

Is there anymore information on this? Because this sounds completely ridiculous as it is right now.
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27 Nov 2012 05:25

Well remember 100 yen is only a buck...but still...
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27 Nov 2012 08:23

- buy a 100-yen DLC pack to unlock channel changing features

That's a bunch of crap.
- you can also use the GamePad's TV remote feature instead, which is free

Don't worry, I will.
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27 Nov 2012 12:46

I actually dont think 1 dollar is too bad. Even if though id rather pay nothing
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27 Nov 2012 17:39

"Nintendo's doing DLC right."
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27 Nov 2012 18:02

Fred Duck wrote:"Nintendo's doing DLC right."

Yes, cause charging one dollar for this cancels out the free Animal Crossing DLC that every other company would charge bucket loads per furnature.
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27 Nov 2012 18:16

Can't wait for this to come out, hopefully we get it around the same time or sooner since it was NOA who initially developed it. I can see it being one of the stand out features on the Wii U that differentiates it from the competition if Nintendo does it right.

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