A trio of Netflix employees heave created a function that's as exciting as it is useless: Netflix streaming on the Nintendo Entertainment Center.
You wanted Pokemans? Well, now you’ve GOT Pokemans. The Pokemon Company International and Netflix today announced the impending launch of everyone’s favorite television series starring pocket-sized monsters on Netflix streaming. Look for it starting March 1 or, for those of you without a calendar handy or no real sense of time, this Saturday.
PlayStation 4 owners will have 11 entertainment apps to download to their console on launch day, Sony confirmed today. These apps will give you access to a wide range of television shows, movies and sports events.
Are you, by chance, ready for some football? Or maybe you’d just prefer to spend the weekend watching old episodes of Buffy on Netflix but, wouldn’t you know it, you don’t have an Xbox Gold account. Well, no matter which of these two situations you find yourself in, the Xbox 360 has you covered through the weekend.
Netflix is pretty much everywhere. And when it comes to streaming the world’s biggest instant movie/television provider to the masses, it looks like the PlayStation 3 is the king of the hill, being named the number one device for streaming Netflix content to televisions worldwide.
Netflix is bringing their streaming television and movie service to another gaming device. Sony revealed during their CES press conference that their PlayStation Vita handheld will support Netflix in the United States.
The Xbox 360 version of Netflix always had one feature that made it stand out amongst all other platforms: Party Mode. Party Mode allowed players to chat with friends while watching the same streaming movie. However, the feature has been taken away in the latest update to the service.
It was reported earlier here on Cinema Blend that Netflix apologized for their "arrogance" about cancelling DVD rentals, but they also aim to rectify their recent news blunder by starting a new service, which will allow for continued DVD rentals as well as video game rentals for the Xbox 360, Wii and PS3.
Starting today, the streaming Netflix service on Xbox Live utilizes Kinect technology. Kinect allows you to watch movies or television shows without using a controller.
During Nintendo's GDC keynote, Nintendo president Satoru Iwata announced that the upcoming 3DS handheld will support Netflix's streaming TV/movie service. The service will go live this summer.
To use Netflix's streaming service on your PS3 or Wii, you traditionally needed a special disc in the console. As of today, that's no longer the case.
When streaming content to your PC, mobile phone or TV using the Microsoft Silverlight tech, you will now be able to do so with SRS 5.1 digital surround sound support.
Today streaming movies and television shows are available through the Wii. The console's Netflix service is now available for subscribers.
Soon Wii owners will be able to watch television shows and movies through their console. Netflix has begun sending out the instant streaming discs to select subscribers.
Netflix is making its way to a third console. The Wii will be able to access the streaming video service starting this spring.