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Converse With Miiverse Through Smartphones In May

Converse With Miiverse Through Smartphones In May

After confirming that Miiverse will be coming to smart phones and that it will be accessible through the web some time ago, Miiverse producer Kiyoshi Mizuki has confirmed at the Game Developers Conference that the service will be available on both smartphones and through your home computer sometime between April and May.

The app itself will let you post comments, draw images and obviously scroll through the barrel-load which is Miiverse posts whilst “Yeah’ing” any that make you have a little chuckle whilst the guy opposite you on the train looks at you in pure fear.

Kiyoshi Mizuki also confirmed that a 3DS version is currently in development although this will NOT launch alongside the smartphone and PC versions as a release date is currently unknown.

Are you looking forward to Miivers’ing on the go?

[Source: Polygon & GoNintendo via Nintendo Life]

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