Nintendo’s E3 press conference might not be until Tuesday morning, but that didn’t stop the company from releasing a few details about what it has in store for the gaming show a few days early including Miiverse.
Designed for Miis around the world to meet, Nintendo showed off the network and a redesigned Wii plaza during a pre-E3 livestream Sunday afternoon along with more details about the highly-anticipated Wii U.
A social network of sorts, Miiverse lets you communicate with other players in real-time using the Wii U Game Pad. Miis will congregate in the plaza around icons representing different titles, letting you see quickly what games are popular at the moment — including titles you don’t own — and find friends who might be interested in the same title you are.
“It’s as native to Wii U as the Wii U Gamepad,” Nintendo President Satoru Iwata said during the presentation.
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