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All of the Xbox One launch-window apps, broken down by territory

Microsoft has laid out the media apps available on the Xbox One in each of its 13 launch markets, with the US claiming 19 entertainment options, the most of any territory. Between November 22 and spring 2014, the US will get Amazon Instant Video, CWTV, Crackle, ESPN, FOX NOW, FXNOW, HBO GO, Hulu Pl...

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NintendoWare Weekly: Fire Emblem demo, Tokyo Crash Mobs

Fire Emblem: Awakening has strategically issued a demo in advance of its February 4 release date. You can engage with its forces and then make the tactical decision of whether or not to enter the battle in earnest. Also available on 3DS today: Tokyo Crash Mobs, the puzzle game about lining up peopl...

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Amazon Instant Video is live on Wii

Already available on Nintendo's latest console, the Wii U, Amazon Instant Video is now procurable for the original Wii. The House of Mario announced today on the Twitters that the streaming service is now downloadable through the Wii Shop Channel in the States. There's no mention of availability in...

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Wii U picks up Amazon Instant Video, YouTube apps

The Wii U's complete TVii service is set to launch in December, but some of the programs within it are already dropping onto the console. Netflix hit on launch day (with a rocky, yet resolved start), and now YouTube and Amazon Instant Video are on the Wii U. With the YouTube app, videos can stream ...

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Wii U's 'TVii' launching in December, video on demand (Netflix, etc) in 'coming weeks' [update]

Originally thought to be out at the system's launch, the Wii U's "TVii" feature is now slated for December. The TVii functionality, exclusive to the US and Canada, puts a TV program guide on the Wii U GamePad, and allows users to use the pad to view and control programming from cable and satellite...

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PlayStation 3 gets Amazon Instant Video ... kinda out of nowhere

After the hosts of the PlayStation Blogcast teased a new video service on their last show, we've been anxiously waiting for news on what said service could be. Much like the stealth Blogcast tease, Amazon Instant Video quietly appeared on the PlayStation 3's cross-media bar today under the video he...

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