Nintendo closes Miiverse social network

Legendary producer consoles and games, Nintendo, came to the conclusion that its social network Miiverse no longer needed. After two and a half months it will close. About it reports The Verge.

In 2012 the Japanese from Nintendo announced a new game console Wii U, which became the successor to the Wii. And to the owners of the novelties were interesting to chat with each other, the company introduced Miiverse, a social network designed for buyers of the Wii U.

A few months ago, the company stopped the production of Wii U consoles, and today came to the conclusion that 13 million users (just so game consoles were sold in 5 years) don’t need fancy social network Miiverse.

Collateral TVii service for two years working exclusively in Japan, and where his support ends on 8 November; a mobile app-chat on the Wii U also is not particularly popular.

After the termination of the support of the social network, Miiverse users for a limited time will be able to access their accounts through the web version of the service.

The Miiverse feature was the fact that almost all of the messages left by the users was carried out by handwriting.

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