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Nintendo bringing YouTube to 3DS later this month, Wii U version to get refreshed

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Sony's PlayStation 4 has surely taken over today's headlines, but that's not stopping Nintendo from making some news of its own. The company today announced that a YouTube application is coming to the 3DS at long last, giving users a chance to search, browse and watch videos right from the handheld system. What's more, Nintendo also said the Wii U's YouTube app will be getting overhauled in the coming weeks, complete with GamePad-focused search features and a variety of user interface enhancements. YouTube for the Nintendo 3DS is expected to arrive in North America and Europe by the end of this month -- in the meantime, you can keep watching those Francis rants on one of many other devices.

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