Nintendo's Miiverse lives on in a giant internet archive

ENGADGET | on Wed, Jan 3, 9:37 PM

It sounds daunting, but there are ways to find exactly what you're looking for. You can search by game title or user, and you can filter posts by their content (such as drawings) or the number of "yeahs."Are you going to spend a long time browsing? Probably not. The most obvious use case involves digging up your old posts for nostalgia's sake, rather than trying to track down references to a specific game. However, this isn't so much about regular use as it is preserving an important part of ...

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