When watching live TV, users will have the option to comment on the shows they're watching for their fellow Wii U-owning friends to see and interact with. Nintendo demonstrated a situation in which viewers would watch and comment on an episode of Modern Family or even live sports coverage.
Let's call this move what it is: Nintendo's answer to the increasingly robust entertainment options on consoles like the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. However, what the Wii U dangles over their heads is a built-in second screen experience--no need for an extra device. The question is, however, will an integrated second-screen experience be enough to draw Xbox 360 and PS3 owners away?
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