Nintendo Shut Down The Miiverse, As Fans Said Final Goodbyes

Launching in late 2012, Nintendo's Miiverse allowed Wii U and later 3DS owners to hang out and share stuff like hand-drawn pictures and screenshots. The service closed down yesterday, and users have said their goodbyes in the most Miiverse ways imaginable: with stick figures, tears and hairy dicks.

Nintendo Makes One Final Miiverse Community To Say Goodbye

Goodbye, Miiverse, you beautiful, mutant thing.

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Instead of just flipping the (ahem) Switch, Nintendo built a Miiverse community earlier this year specifically to let anyone still using the service write down some final farewells in a single location.

Which they have. Some are understandably sad that a service they have used to make friends and share creations is going away:

Others, perhaps aware that no online community lives forever, just want to say "thanks" for all the memories:

And ... then there are some who just can't let go :(

It's not just users saying goodbye, either. Developers with games on the service -- and even Nintendo legends like Shigeru Miyamoto and Eiji Aonuma -- have also left farewell notes.

Oh and, you know. Some people took the opportunity to post one last dick pic.

And finally, here's Nintendo's own farewell, displayed now for anyone trying to access the service.

Goodbye, Miiverse. You died as you lived: with people writing heartfelt but also kinda weird messages on a little screen.


Comments

    That mosaic picture is really cool and somewhat dark, if you zoom in on it there are more than a few 'save miiverse' pictures in there making up the final image.

    Awwwww, I meant to put one final picture up before the end. Too late. ;_;

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