Amazon Instant Video or Netflix on the Wii U?
dniblock 1 year ago
We got a Wii U recently, and I'm trying to pick a streaming video service for it. I used to have Netflix, but canceled my subscription back when they nearly doubled prices for streaming and a single DVD at a time by mail. Now I'm starting to feel old when people start discussing shows like Breaking Bad and Walking Dead and I'm left with nothing to add since I haven't seen an episode in months. As a result, I think it is time to go all Donald Trump and spend $10 or so a month to be able to offer relevant comments in conversations about pop culture. Anyway, are Netflix and Amazon Instant Video pretty comparable, or does one have an advantage over the other? Thanks!
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