When Netflix saw the breadth of its domain, it wept for there were no more worlds to conquer.



That’s right, Netflix is coming to the Wii, and the trifecta is now complete. Sorry, Roku owners- that was a waste of 200 bucks, wasn’t it?

Wii owners can now order a disc that they’ll have to put in their system to access their movies, much like the PS3 version that I’ve been using more often than my 360 (Know why? Cause my PS3 doesn’t sound like a goddamn turbine engine.) The service will start up this Spring.

“Our goal is to offer Netflix members as many ways as possible to
watch movies and TV episodes streamed from Netflix right to their TVs
and to give non-members more and compelling reasons to consider the
service,” said Netflix co-founder and CEO Reed Hastings. “Joining
forces with Nintendo, which has been so immensely popular with
consumers since its introduction, is a very meaningful step in that
direction.”


Finally, a reason to use the Wii! Nine bucks a month for thousands and thousands of movies on a system that you likely already own. Netflix has taken over the world and movie fans should be happy about it.