That crazy Wii seems to draw a crowd...
WiiTube’s name should be self-explanatory: it’s a niche video site for Wii videos. Not to be confused with WiiToob, which launched a few weeks back and offers a big interface for interacting with YouTube videos on your Wii, WiiTube is a brand new site that’s more concerned with videos about the Wii than providing a bigger interface for viewing on a console.
WiiTube is a particularly nice attempt - it includes ratings, tags, profile pages, commenting and special sections for cheats, clips of your awesome Wii skills and trailers of upcoming games. Videos aren’t uploaded to Wiitube, though - instead, you just add the embed code from YouTube, Google Video, Break.com, Metacafe and other popular sites.
In some ways, sites that do this (Flixya is another one) are leeching bandwidth but keeping the ad revenue - if they’re using Adsense, then perhaps GoogTube isn’t too worried, though.
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