Goodbye TVii. We hardly used you.
Nintendo is axing the much-hyped-yet-underdeveloped second screen service for its Wii U console, TVii. Before the Wii U’s 2012 launch, the company promised TVii would allow users to… [Read more on Mashable]
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Digital Entertainment Marketing, digital entertainment post, Jessie Wamal, nintendo, Nintendo TVii, Video on Demand, wii u
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