Nintendo starting to send out Miiverse archives
Posted on 5 years ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in General Nintendo, News | 5 Comments
Before Nintendo shut down Miiverse, users were able to submit requests for their post history. Fans were told that archives would be sent out containing all the posts they made up to the day of the closure.
Emails are now starting to go out containing the entire post history. It should come with all drawings and whatever else you posted on Miiverse. Just keep in mind that you’ll need to access the download link included with your email before the year ends.
Miiverse has officially ended services on 3DS & Wii U
Posted on 5 years ago by Andrew in 3DS, General Nintendo, News, Wii U | 18 Comments
It’s that time as Nintendo has officially ended Miiverse’s services on 3DS & Wii U. As of now if you try to connect to Miiverse, you will get a server error saying that the service has ended.
The homepage for the official Miiverse website shows this image below basically saying the same thing about the end of Miiverse and also information about how your downloadable post history will be sent to your email if you sent a request.
As of right now, Nintendo has no plans for a new social media service on the Switch to replace Miiverse but these last 5 years of Miiverse were something special. Thank you Miiverse and goodbye.
Nintendo clarifies how the end of Miiverse will impact Smash Bros. Wii U / 3DS features
Miiverse will be shutting down later this month. Its closure will have an impact on Super Smash Bros. for Wii U/3DS, with the Wii U version in particular being affected.
Nintendo posted a message on its Japanese website today clarifying how the end of Miiverse will impact the two games. Here’s what the company shared:
– Posting screenshots on Miiverse
– You can continue to share screenshots with friends with Image Share
[Wii U only]
– Sharing screenshots from gameplay, including Miiverse and friends
– Sharing stages in Stage Builder, including with friends
– Posting replays to YouTube
– Creating Normal Tourneys
– Tourney Mode will be ending entirely
– Miiverse stage can still be played, but messages will not be displayed and you can’t post messages once a match is over
Nintendo releases Miiverse “Thank You!” collage
Posted on 5 years ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in General Nintendo, News | 1 Comment
Nintendo is closing down Miiverse next month. But before it ended, a special “Everybody’s Message” community opened where users could share some of their last drawings.
Nintendo collected some of the images that Miiverse visitors created and made a special collage out of it all. The official announcement about the collage, as well as a link to the full-sized version, can be found below.
Thanks to Justin and Sidney Eng for the tip.
Nintendo devs say goodbye to Miiverse with special drawings
Posted on 5 years ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in General Nintendo, News | 20 Comments
The end of Miiverse is almost upon us. Towards the beginning of November, the service is shutting down. All posts and everything else associated with the social network will be wiped clean.
To celebrate all of the good memories on Miiverse, a number of Nintendo developers have contributed special drawings that have been shared over the past several days. Shigeru Miyamoto, Eijo Aonuma, and Takashi Tezuka are just a few who created art for the community.
Here’s the full roundup:
Miiverse gets limited-time “Everybody’s Message Community”
Posted on 5 years ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in General Nintendo, News | 8 Comments
The end of Miiverse isn’t too far away. Nintendo will be closing the social community permanently during the evening of November 7 / very early morning of November 8.
Ahead of the big move, a special community has opened on Miiverse. Members can partake in the “Everybody’s Message Community” until October 11. Here you can share your your Miiverse memories and shout-outs to other Miiverse users. Since it’s open to everyone worldwide, it’s only accepting hand-drawn posts. Nintendo also intends to make a collage out of a select number of posts at some point in the future.
One person is trying to preserve the entirety of Miiverse
Posted on 5 years ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in General Nintendo, News | 14 Comments
The end of Miiverse is quickly drawing near. Once November rolls in, the social networking service will be no more. A bunch of games will be impacted by its closure, but the community itself will also be shuttered.
Nintendo is allowing members to save their own posts. Miiverse as we know it will be gone, however. So what will happen to all of the lovely artwork and user posts created over the years?
Every game affected by the discontinuation of Miiverse
Posted on 5 years ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in 3DS, 3DS eShop, News, Wii U, Wii U eShop | 19 Comments
Miiverse was assumed to be ending after text found within the latest Wii U update mentioned the service’s end. This week, Nintendo confirmed the speculation. Miiverse is coming to a close on November 7 at 10 PM PT / November 8 at 1 AM ET.
The end of Miiverse will ultimately impact many games across Wii U and 3DS. If you’d like to know which ones will be affected, head past the break for the full list.
Nintendo is letting you download your Miiverse post history
Posted on 5 years ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in General Nintendo, News | 3 Comments
Sadly, Miiverse is coming to an end soon. Nintendo announced earlier today that the service ends on November 7 / November 8, depending on where you live.
So what about those who participated a ton in Miiverse? What will happen to everything posted on the social network? Well, the good news is that Nintendo has started up a tool that allows Miiverse users to submit a request for a file containing all posts and screenshots saved in your album. As long as you have a Nintendo Account and make the request before Miiverse ends, you should be good to go.
Full details are on the official page here.
The end of Miiverse: official FAQ
Posted on 5 years ago by Matt(@OnePunchMaz) in General Nintendo, News | 50 Comments
Earlier today, Nintendo announced that Miiverse will be ending service on November 8th. You may be wondering what this means for games that heavily use this feature, such as Smash Bros and Splatoon, or why the service is shutting down in the first place. Nintendo of America has put up an FAQ on their website that answers some of those questions. We’ve put the whole thing below: