Posted November 9, 2017 by David Latham in Feature

MiiVerse Says Farewell


Nintendo has today confirmed the end of the community feature that was promoted heavily during the Nintendo Wii and Nintendo Wii U’s lifetime. MiiVerse was a way for the community to gather together and say random things to one another while waiting for that next big AAA game to release. It was, some would say, the Nintendo fan base at its best.

All things must come to an end though, and today the MiiVerse is no more. This will come as no surprise to those that avidly used the service however, with news breaking a month ago that the MiiVerse was getting shut down. However, in one final breath of air, Nintendo has released a thank you image made up of handwritten posts from the MiiVerse Universe.

As the popularity of the Wii and Wii U generation withered, so did the community side of things, however with the new Nintendo Switch performing above everyone’s expectations, Nintendo is looking to the current and the future to solidify a new community service. What this is however remains to be seen, but make sure you check back at Rocket Chainsaw regularly as we’ll have all the latest Nintendo Switch announcements as we get them.


For users who requested their downloadable post history:

  • After the MiiVerse service has ended, an e-mail notification that includes the URL to download your post history will be sent to the e-mail address registered to your Nintendo Account. Please note this e-mail will not be sent to the e-mail address registered to your Nintendo Network ID.
  • It may take a few weeks after Miiverse service has ended to receive the e-mail with your downloadable post history. Please be patient.

The service has ended as of the 8th of November, 2017. If you want to check out the full good-bye post from Nintendo, head to the official page here.

David Latham

David has a Bachelor of Arts (Journalism) from a Go8 university but only uses his unique set of skills writing for passion. By day he's a stay-at-home father of two, by night he responds to the Bat-Signal. Where does he find the time?