Having discovered the universal truth that video games and pizza go together fantastically, Nintendo set about finding a way to implement this in the Wii. The result was the Demae Channel (Demae-Can being a third-party food provider in Japan), through which owners could order the likes of sushi and burgers, as well as the ever-popular pizza.
Demae-Can is still alive and well in Japan; a handy DoorDash or Uber Eats-esque service that allows users to browse a map or restaurants near them/open up a favorite, peruse the menu, and place an order, all from the convenience of their web browser. In March 2017, the Channel was removed from both the Wii and its successor, the all-but-forgotten Wii U.
Did this mean that Nintendo fans were out of luck? Well, no, primarily because conventional delivery services were firmly establishing themselves by then. Even so, there’s some good news for the curious, lamenting the fact that they missed a chance to order a hearty meal through their Wii. Through modding and/or rather obscure services elsewhere, Domino’s can now be ordered on a Wii, and outside of Japan, too.