Nintendo has previously said that the very first thing people will see when they boot up the Wii U is the Miiverse Mii Plaza, which shows what your friends are currently doing. Now Nintendo has given that “place” an official name: it will be called the WaraWara Plaza. “WaraWara” is a Japanese word that roughly translates into “bustling”. The plaza will allow you to see what your friends are playing, what they’re saying, etc. Nintendo has released a new video showcasing the WaraWara Plaza and its features. The video also showcases Wii U Chat, with Satoru Iwata and Reggie Fils-Aime video chatting from around the world. You can also draw on the GamePad while chatting, which looked like a very cool feature.
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