Services slowly being terminated.Continue reading “You Can No Longer Add Funds to the WiiU or 3DS Using a Credit Card”
Nintendo of America has confirmed the date where people will not be able to make any purchases off the eShop on the Wii U and 3DS.Continue reading “Late March 2023, eShop discontinues for the Wii U and 3DS”
Go check the eShop for these ghoulish prices.Continue reading “Capcom Announces Halloween 2021 Sale”
Firmware 11.15.0-47 has been rolled out.Continue reading “New Nintendo 3DS Update Available”
End of era for the Wii U and 3DS consoles.Continue reading “Nintendo terminates credit cards/electronic money on Wii U and 3DS”
Earlier this week Nintendo removed hundreds of DSiWare games from the eShop. No reason for their removal was given, but at least for several games there’s some good news.
Again, no explanation has been given, but these DSiWare are now available again for purchase:
– 101 MiniGolf World
– Crazy Golf
– Little Red Riding Hood’s Zombie BBQ
– Plants vs Zombies
– Shantae: Risky’s Revenge
– Spot the Difference
– Telegraph Crosswords
– Telegraph Sudoku & Kakuro
– Zoo Frenzy
Following the news that Netflix isn’t available anymore for the WiiU and the 3DS, the Lego City Undercover games have been delisted from the Nintendo eShop as well. The games are still playable if you’ve previously downloaded them.
Lego City Undercover was first released for the WiiU in 2013, followed by a release on multiple other platforms. The stand alone prequel Lego City Undercover: The Chase Begins was released for the Nintendo 3DS in 2013 as well.
Lego City Undercover is still available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.
If you are still using your Wii U and 3DS to watch Netflix… Which I’m sure that will be a very small percentage. Netflix is ending support on the platforms come June 30th.
The app has been removed from the eShop Dec 31st. Previous customers can still download.
Last week, during their company briefing, Nintendo revealed that production of all 3DS systems was ending. The company has now followed up with an official statement and more information.Continue reading “Nintendo issues statement on ending 3DS production”
Sad, but expected news: According to Nintendo’s Japanese website all models of the 3DS have ended production. (This includes the 3DS, New 3DS XL, 2DS and New 2DS XL.)
The 3DS series was quite a successful model, selling over 75 million consoles and over 384 million games in its lifetime.
Nintendo is now pouring all of its attention on the Nintendo Switch, which has taken over the handheld functionality.
Source: The Verge