Not all of them are hairy dicks.
Not all of them are hairy dicks.
Launching in late 2012, Nintendo’s Miiverse allowed Wii U and later 3DS owners to hang out and share stuff like hand-drawn pictures and screenshots. The service closed down at 1am today, and users have said their goodbyes in the most Miiverse ways imaginable: with stick figures, tears and hairy dicks.
Despite Nintendo’s recent, conspicuous quiet on the topic, the second expansion for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is still coming soon, Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime told me this afternoon during a quick chat in midtown Manhattan. We talked about that and a host of other topics, including…
Goodbye, Miiverse, you beautiful, mutant thing.
With the impending demise of Nintendo’s Miiverse, some users are resorting to manually saving their images. Others, though, are looking for a solution that’s a little more comprehensive.
The New Super Luigi U community has been a shitposting safe haven on the Miiverse since 2016. But soon, it, along with several other miiverse communities, will be no more. You can still save your shitposts, though.
Nintendo’s Miiverse social network launched on the Wii U in Japan when the console went on sale in the region on December 8, 2012. This November, Nintendo is ending its service in Japan.
If you’ve found yourself in Splatoon 2’s lobby sometime in the last day, you might have asked yourself: “Why is there so much furry art here?”
For $13, the recently released Wii U game A Day At The Carnival doesn’t give you much. The mini-game collection takes place in a desolate wasteland, with nothing to be seen except gravel, sky, and oddly colored tents. Sound will only come from the Wii U controller’s speakers. Sometimes, its graphics don’t fit on the…
One of Splatoon’s most memorable features were the Miiverse drawings that players displayed in the lobby. There’s no Miiverse social media hub on the Switch, but you can still draw in Splatoon 2. Players are already having fun with the feature.
There are over 700 games for the Wii U, and one person on Miiverse is trying to collect all of them.
If you’ve visited the New Super Luigi U Community recently, you might have noticed something was a little different. Instead of prominently displaying the green-overalled plumber, the social media community has seen a number of banner changes that definitely didn’t come from Nintendo.
Fantastic illustrations. Hilarious screenshots. Nostalgia. Pokémon’s Miiverse has it all—including, surprisingly enough, players who are experiencing Red/Blue/Yellow for the very first time.
Nintendo is giving the Miiverse, its social network for the 3DS and Wii U, a much-needed redo this summer, the company just revealed. The redesign promises a number of easier ways to document and share your gaming experience with other Miiverse-goers.
This weekend, Smash Bros. got a free Miiverse stage that imports posts created by players. You probably see where this is going, don’t you?
Miiverse, Nintendo’s social network, is a pretty kid friendly place...most of the time.
Are you feeling it now, Mr. Krabs?
Today, Attack on Titan: Humanity In Chains releases for the west on the 3DS. But since the Japanese version of the game has been out for a while, that means the game’s Miiverse forum is already chock full of fantastic art.