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YouTube Confirmed For Wii U

By Kevin on Nov 16 2012 08:17 PM
Thanks to Twitter user Wario64, we're able to get a sneak peak at what the Data Management menu looks like on the Wii U. Keep in mind that these memory sizes, as shown in the images below, show the storage space that each of the respective titles are using for their save data. These figures do not represent the download sizes for the games. The YouTube, Amazon Instant Video, Netflix and Hulu Plus applications are all shown, along with various Wii U titles New Super Mario Bros. U, Nintendo Land, Just Dance 4, Sonic Transformed and ZombiU.

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Source: Wario64 Tweet


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Comments: 7

This is awesome news!!! Im watching the wii youtube app now and its not that bad!!
Good youtube and hulu.
Though I probably won't use it much it's still nice to have.
Is anyone else happy the ditched the old "blocks" from Gamecube and Wii for data Management? We now have the MB standard. Thank you Nintendo, now we don't need to figure out the blocks/MB conversion ratio
haha, good observation. Yeah, im def happy i dont have to sit there and wonder how many kb or mb 300 BLOCKS are. At least now there is no question. lol.

Dinky, on 16 November 2012 - 11:30 PM, said:

Is anyone else happy the ditched the old "blocks" from Gamecube and Wii for data Management?
Yeah they should have done it with the Wii.
More quick/simple to work out at a glance.

Kneppi, on 17 November 2012 - 11:11 AM, said:

I dont have to sit there and wonder how many kb or mb 300 BLOCKS are.
As far as i can remember 128KB = 1 block.
Would love to have a Youtube app on the 3DS

Dinky, on 16 November 2012 - 11:30 PM, said:

Is anyone else happy the ditched the old "blocks" from Gamecube and Wii for data Management? We now have the MB standard. Thank you Nintendo, now we don't need to figure out the blocks/MB conversion ratio


That is awesome. Yeah I understand the "blocks" may have been used to make things easier to understand for children and unfamiliar adults but I am very glad that is ditched.