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Amazon Instant Video now available on Wii

Amazon Instant Video is now playing on your Nintendo Wii. Start watching over 140,000 movies and TV episodes today. Prime members can also watch thousands of these videos at no additional cost.

Selection: Find thousands of new release movies and day-after-broadcast TV episodes for rent or purchase on your TV.

Instant Gratification: Order movies and TV episodes right from your couch and watch immediately after purchase. No lines, no returns, incredible selection. Missed your favorite TV show last night? Watch it on Amazon Instant Video the day after it airs.

Convenience: Purchase and watch videos directly from your Wii, then pick up where you left off on another compatible device. All of your video purchase and rentals are available in Your Video Library, accessible from the Wii, the web, or any other compatible device. When you rent a movie you will have 30 days to start watching.

Your Watchlist: Your Watchlist is available from the Amazon Instant Video application on the Wii or from the web. Your Watchlist helps you keep track of the movies and TV episodes you want to view later. You can add favorites and new discoveries to your list - then come back anytime to watch instantly. Add any title to Your Watchlist today, and enjoy when you're ready.

Amazon Prime: Prime members get unlimited access to over 30,000 Prime Instant Video titles at no additional cost. Learn about the benefits of an Amazon Prime Membership. Let us know what you think. Send your comments and suggestions about Amazon Instant Video to wii-aiv-feedback@amazon.com.

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14 Jan 2013 17:20

Not bad, downloading on Wii will probably score 10 coins right? :P
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14 Jan 2013 17:28

Aaaanddd.... Netflix? Anybody? Anybody?
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14 Jan 2013 18:25

I think Nintendo would do well to cheapen the Wii and advertise the video streaming services.

And one thing that means: pretend the Wii Mini didn't happen. For the audience that would buy a Wii now, well they likely haven't heard of the Mini.

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