Start Reserving Your Netflix Streaming Disc For Wii Now

13. January, 2010 PS3, Wii 4 comments
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So you may finally have an excuse to dust off your Wii this Spring (or not, if you have a PS3 or 360 connected to your TV). Netflix has just set up a page on their website telling you to reserve your instant streaming discs for the Wii, they will ship to you in the mail “this Spring”, no solid release date was given. The disc is free like the PS3 disc is, so if you have a Netflix account and are interested, go reserve one.

Just a reminder that Netflix plans to integrate their service into the PlayStation 3 and perhaps the Nintendo Wii after the agreement with Microsoft, which currently disallows Netflix integration on other gaming consoles other than the Xbox 360 for a certain period of time. A Netflix representative also promises, “The Wii will have the same titles as all Netflix ready devices and a similar, easy and fast disc-based experience as the PS3.”

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  1. iStartedtheFlameWar

    1 / 13 / 2010 3:39 pm

    Wii can suck on my balls

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  2. Joe890

    1 / 13 / 2010 3:40 pm

    i dont need netflix i just go to this site where they have like every movie of all time and new ones

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  3. 1 / 13 / 2010 7:36 pm

    What sucks is that the Wii owners will have to rely on wireless connections to use this feature. I’m glad they’re getting it, but it does suck Nintendo didn’t include an ethernet port. lol (Although I doubt many people are going to use this feature on their Wii’s anyway.)

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  4. Brown856

    1 / 13 / 2010 11:27 pm

    What a Waste of a feature on the Wii.

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