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Nintendo Makes New Changes To Miiverse

Nintendo has made a number of adjustments to Miiverse today. The changes have presumably been made to accommodate the upcoming 3DS version of the Wii U social network. Besides the existing communities for Wii U software, many new communities will be created for Nintendo 3DS software and even more users will join Miiverse. Here’s a list of the changes, according to Marty.

  1. New display options in the community list You can now display more communities at once, with the newest communities displayed first. You can also use a filter to display communities based on categories such as “Wii U software”, “Virtual Console” and so on.
  2. A change to the profile page Your profile no longer displays the total number of Yeahs you have given. However, you can still see the number of Yeahs on individual posts.
  3.  A change to the default display setting within a community Until now, when you entered a community, the newest posts were displayed first. From now on, posts by people who have played the game will be displayed by default.

This was already announced in the latest Nintendo Direct, but I wanted to remind you that Miiverse is coming to Nintendo 3DS in December. Please note that a Nintendo Network ID is required to use Miiverse on Nintendo 3DS. If you already have a Nintendo Network ID on Wii U, you can continue using the same ID on your Nintendo 3DS. For more details, please visit the official Nintendo website.


      1. They had to remove the number beside the community so no one can see how poor the games are selling and how quickly the community is dying. Mario 3d world only at 40k in a FULL week for the US. Its horrible. Zelda had twice that number in a FULL week on miiverse. Miiverse is usually about 4 times smaller than actual sales.

        Death Death Death.

        What will be Nintendo’s next consoles in 2015

  1. we still won’t be able to add friends and send messages to each other, etc.
    so a complete waste of time and ressources, nobody cares

    love you nintendo, but wtf is the problem with your online services and their features? really horrible…
    yea.. lets “protect the fucking children”, so we won’t be able to send friend requests to each other, etc.

    because we could all be pedophiles, so fucking retarded

      1. not really… why would you think that?

        we can’t even add each other or write messages to our friends… don’t you think that’s just stupid?
        but yea.. clearly there’s something wrong with me and not with the people who are fine with that

      2. You’re against Nintendo trying to protect kids? Everyone has a cell phone now, so knowing parents see them as the kid-friendly gaming option, they’re keeping certain communications out (or at least restricted in some way). Unless you don’t have a phone, it’s only an issue if you make it one.

      3. its not nintendo’s job to protect the children, that’s a parents job
        + they have parental controls

        they won’t let their adult gamers message each other, etc… simple basic things which should be standard.. to do the job for the parents

        how stupid is that? there are parental controls you genius, nintendo doesn’t have to go overboard with this

      4. There are legitimate reasons for this, it’s not going to be forever so stop being a drama queen.

      5. I agree it’s stupid we can’t use Miiverse to carry on a conversation.

        Nintendo doesn’t cater to adult gamers…they started to, but backed away.

        Just play Nintendo games for fun, but we’ll need smartphones and iPods to communicate to each other. Nintendo won’t let us use their hardware.

      6. You can post on Miiverse on the 3DS. Just no friend requests and private messages. You can talk in the communities.

      7. but he is right, Miiverse on the 3DS will be nothing like the Wii U. So it is very handicapped on the #DS. You’ll only be able to read comments. Very lame.

    1. Well, they are a family-friendly buisiness, meaning censoring shit to protect little kids that lazy parents can’t look after will always be their main priority, & that will most likely never change. That being said, I think I’ll be selling my Wii U now.

      1. It will change, when things have cooled down a bit the features will come back. Selling your Wii U is a tad draconian don’t you think?

  2. I can see why there aren’t open lobby conversations, for then this reasoning could be used. but we should be able to communicate to our friends. And when one of my friends gets weird and/or offensive it should be my own responsibility to dump him. No need for Nintendo to block entire services many people enjoy to use.

  3. Stupid Nintendo. Why get rid of our Total Yeahs on our Profiles? Now Yeahs are just for us to say, oh yah remember when the guy agreeded with me that one time?

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