You may have noticed, you probably hadn't, but the Nintendo Channel on your Wii has been updated, and it's for the better.
Digital distribution platforms seem to need some sort of user-aggregate ranking system to help sort the tide of downloadables that promises only to continue growing. I've hoped to see such a system implemented on Xbox Live, but it looks like Nintendo quietly sneaked in while my back was turned and implemented…
After what was surely a long and painful wait, wrought with intrigue and suspense, Nintendo has confirmed that our European and Australian brothers and sisters will be gifted with the Wii
Advertising Nintendo Channel come tomorrow.
What's the new Nintendo Channel do? It lets you download DS demos. It lets you check out stuff like trailers. Oh, and, if you let it, it'll quietly take stock of your Wii and your gaming setup, then report back to Nintendo HQ with its findings. Some of the information it will share includes your net connection speed,…
The newly launched in North America Nintendo Channel shows off the first batch of WiiWare titles to hit Western shores, revealing potential pricing on at least one of the debut games. The initial quintet of potential WiiWare releases—revealed by way of the "What Is WiiWare?" video—includes the following.
American internet connected Wiis are blinking! The Nintendo Channel has just gone live. Here, let's let Nintendo describe it: