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WaraWara Plaza And Wii U Chat Details
By Kevin on Nov 07 2012 10:28 AM
Meet your new best friends!
WaraWara Plaza is the official name of where the Mii characters will gather and collaborate for the Wii U. It is the first thing that starts upon powering up the Wii U console. Mii WaraWara was the term used to describe the Wii U's Mii Plaza during the development stage because of how the Mii characters murmured and moved about. The name received positive feedback from fans, so Nintendo carried over WaraWara, meaning busy in Japanese.
Icons displayed in the WaraWara Plaza represent Wii U game titles. Miis that surround the game icons are those who are playing and talking about those games. Character comments are updated on a daily basis and delivered to your WaraWara Plaza.
The system's built-in video chat feature, Wii U Chat, allows up to two friends to partake in a video chat session. These video calls can take place between two registered friends anywhere in the world. With Wii U Chat, you also have the ability to share doodles with your friends by drawing on the Wii U GamePad with the stylus. If you're in the middle of playing a game, and receive a video call request from a friend, the GamePad's Home button will flash, notifying you that you have (or had) an incoming call.
Check out this video for full details.
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