Tonight I was watching a couple of episodes of 30 rock on my wii and noticed where I can turn on and off subtitles(aka CC) . I noticed a few other titles as well have the subtitle option. It's about time they offer subtitles.
Yes, they announced they were starting with a few titles with CC that back in April. Hopefully, more titles will be added soon. Hopefully, they'll add a way to list out the titles that have captions also.
I think this is very good if you are seeing Closed Captioning with Wii. This will greatly expand my viewing options as I need the dialogue display.
BTW, FWIW etc. Closed Captioning is a bit different from subtitles e.g. if you rent a movie with subtitles and CC and turn on subtitles you may get two sets of dialogue display.To the end user there usually is not much difference.
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