With just over a week until launch, Nintendo has released the first Wii U eShop details, talking about the sort of content we might find there in the future. The Wii U eShop will function similarly to the 3DS eShop, and will carry game demos, HD videos, images and photos (which can be viewed on the GamePad), downloadable content for individual games, and more.
Furthermore, players will be able to rate the games available on the eShop, and write comments/reviews about it on Miiverse. The Wii U eShop will be downloaded when the console boots up for the very first time, and will offer downloadable retail games on day one. Nintendo will offer its own first party titles as downloads, including New Super Mario Bros U (about 2.5 GB), and Nintendo Land (about 3.5 GB).
- Zelda Wii U game won’t be shown at E3 2
- The Legend of Zelda Wii U won't be out in 2015
- 1001 Spikes getting off-TV play patch next month
- Xenoblade Chronicles' success is Monolith Soft's redemption
TAGS: miiverse, wii u eshop, wii u online