Opera proved perfect for our purposes and is an exceptional addition to both the Nintendo DS and the Wii console." Looks like it wasn't so perfect after all, needing changes and all.
A lot of stuff has happened lately, and I haven’t written in a while.
If you want to watch Adobe Flash videos (such as You Tube clips) on your Nintendo Wii, you might find some difficulty in updating your Flash player.
Opera announced that it's developing a browser for Nintendo's Wii console, on May 10, 2006.
Genyo Takeda, senior managing director and general manager, Integrated Research & Development Division, Nintendo stated: "For our Wii console launch in 2006, we required a browser that was fast and secure with support for the latest standards including AJAX.
An edition may be included in the string, if the build is from the developer or beta pre-release streams, or if the build has been custom-made for an Opera partner.
The version of the Opera Web browser that you can use to access the Internet on your Nintendo Wii supports Adobe Flash Player for streaming video content.
Subscribers all around the world reported to Nintendo what needed to be changed, thus developers made a number of improvements to the final version of the browser.