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Wii U’s TVii application now allows users to doodle all over live TV moments

Thursday, 5th September 2013 19:50 GMT By Stephany Nunneley

Nintendo’s TVii will let users doodle and write comments all over the live television show they are watching. This is done using the Doodle feature included in the TVii Tag on Wii U. The TVii Tag feature can also be used to interact with other users watching the same program. The possibility for what you’ll see or read are endless, surely. Via Polygon.

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8 Comments

  1. Stephany Nunneley

    I see many a penis drawn with this.

    #1 12 months ago
  2. Se_7_eN

    ….. System seller.

    @Stephany – Then the 8 year old will get grounded for drawing a penis while his parents watch TV.

    #2 12 months ago
  3. Stephany Nunneley

    @2 :D

    #3 12 months ago
  4. polygem

    trust me, an average wiiu penis has max 10 seconds…supersharp admins. monkeygourmet is very talented in the stealth pumpguncock technique though.

    #4 12 months ago
  5. monkeygourmet

    @4

    LMAO! :D

    #5 12 months ago
  6. polygem

    wish i could draw something right now…

    #6 12 months ago
  7. Stephany Nunneley

    Despite the jokes, this does sound like fun and something my older brother and I would have a blast with if either of us owned a Wii U.

    Would cut down on minutes usage when we were watching a TV show together 600+ miles apart.

    #7 12 months ago
  8. polygem

    tvii isn’t even available in my country yet and i very rarely watch tv but miiverse can be a lot of fun. that’s why i believe this will be a great feature too. i really think that drawing or writing something with a pen makes interaction and communication more personal and fun. it is a new take on online communication really. it’s very simple but it feels right. naturally. gives you the option to show a little more of your personality without losing anonymity. people keep saying nintendo is outdated, out of touch etc. and i can see where these people are coming from but at the same time i think they refuse to scratch the surface. stuff like this is really a well thought out, modern and yeah, innovative system.

    #8 12 months ago

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