The Nintendo Channel will be an interactive guide to what’s new in the world of Nintendo. We'll be able to watch trailers, mini-documentaries, product demonstrations, and gameplay videos. Plus, we'll be able to browse the game guide pages to get information about our favorite games on Wii and Nintendo DS.
Finally, we'll be able to order games straight from the Wii, if you have the Internet Channel installed!
They'll also be an option to send your private data to Nintendo, where they'll gather information on what games you play, how long you play them for and how much memory you have left and no doubt use it to its advantage.
The amount of memory on your console will be eaten up somewhat by the 126 blocks of system memory it takes to download and a further 126 blocks it needs to run the application.
When the US version of the Nintendo Channel launched on May 7th, gamers were treated to demo downloads of a number of DS titles, including Jam Sessions, Rayman Raving Rabbids 2, Cooking Mama 2 and Ninja Gaiden Dragon Sword.