BBC iPlayer on Wii U

#1 Posted by Wong_Fei_Hung (642 posts) -

Yet another feature Nintendo haven't told us about. This will likely be available in the UK only, not in Europe, although BBC America may have their own version in the works.

#2 Posted by Snail (8612 posts) -

Yeah, I doubt we'll get any of that here in Portugal. I wonder if any of the TVii stuff will even work here. But I guess that's pretty cool for you Brits.

#3 Posted by Wong_Fei_Hung (642 posts) -

@Snail said:

Yeah, I doubt we'll get any of that here in Portugal. I wonder if any of the TVii stuff will even work here. But I guess that's pretty cool for you Brits.

I would have thought it's been made compatible with all the major networks in Spain, Germany, UK and France, these are countries Nintendo has a strong presence within already. Every regions service will require a specialised team working on it, there's nothing automated here.

#4 Posted by Snail (8612 posts) -

@Wong_Fei_Hung said:

@Snail said:

Yeah, I doubt we'll get any of that here in Portugal. I wonder if any of the TVii stuff will even work here. But I guess that's pretty cool for you Brits.

I would have thought it's been made compatible with all the major networks in Spain, Germany, UK and France, these are countries Nintendo has a strong presence within already. Every regions service will require a specialised team working on it, there's nothing automated here.

Precisely my point.

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