GAME Says BBC iPlayer Is Coming To Wii U

A Wii U advertisement that was spotted in UK retail outlet GAME states that the BBC’s iPlayer service is coming to Wii U. To be honest it was expected as it’s widely available on a variety of entertainment devices, including the PlayStation 3 and the Xbox 360. Still, it’s nice to know that it will be available on Wii U presumably at launch.

29 thoughts on “GAME Says BBC iPlayer Is Coming To Wii U”

    1. HUGE NEWS!!!! waiiiit a miiiinute :/ , I have BBC iplayer on my wii already :D , ofcourse the wiiu will have it :) .

      BBCIPLAYER FTW .

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  1. I highly doubt the BBC will have something ready at launch…Although if the browser is available immediately and has flash it might be supported directly through the website anyway

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  2. great news :)
    Its good to know Nintendo Hasn’t forgotten about us here in the UK.
    I wonder if this will integrated with TVii or be a separate app.

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  3. BBC’s version of Nintendo TVii. At least that’s good news for the Europeans who want to watch their favorite shows and streaming movies.

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      1. Do you not have iplayers where you come from? Basically an BBC channel (and theres about 8 i think), you can watch previous shows or from the past month on the iplayer

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  4. I knew this would proabley be on Wii U as it was on the Wii as well as the 360 and PS3.
    I wonder if it would be possible for Nintendo and the BBC to put BBC iPlayer on the 3DS as I know in the US the 3DS has Netflix.

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  5. great news cause BBC iplayer on wii is must better than PS3. For the yanks FYI, BBC iplayer is an apps for British channels which regroup BBC TVs and Radio. It’s like TV on demand for the Brits.

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