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Even after March 27, 2023, and for the foreseeable future, it will still be possible to redownload games and DLC, receive software updates and enjoy online play on Wii U and the Nintendo 3DS family of systems.

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Across our Nintendo Switch Online membership plans, over 130 classic games are currently available in growing libraries for various legacy systems. The games are often enhanced with new features such as online play.

I've always wondered why Nintendo does this? Does it hurt anything to leave things like the shop or hulu or youtube active on the WiiU? Just say there will be no support/updates/etc for these things & let us keep them. The fact that the WiiU is over a decade old & nintendo is still charging $60 for WiiU titles is mind blowing to me. You would think as we get closer to the date that they would heavily discount games but as we know from previous experience they are going to try & get $60 a game until they close it up. Im modding my WiiU this weekend. If they are going to throw our consoles in the digital trashcan then I don't feel guilty about hacking the WiiU. Sorry, not sorry.

I would have absolutely loved to see the virtual console come back alongside some new features (more screen options etc) though unfortunately even when nintendo did make some of their legacy games available to buy digitally on switch (mario 3d all stars, fire emblem) they were delisted sometime later.

With digital purchases you are still able to play the games you download even after the online store goes down or if a game is delisted where's with NSO there is none of that, when the service ends or if a game is somehow delisted then you cant play it any more, the game and save files are gone.

For customers it sucks. But at the same time that's the issue with digital, virtual console, online multiplayer (I know will be done later but then again private servers will step in and many have) and more. At least they offered a physical to digital save file utility tool on 3DS that's cool.

Didn't buy anything but I made sure to do a bunch of Pokemon downloading and updates for my system. I own all the 3DS games I would have ever wanted to purchase, so I'm satisfied. The only two games I would have liked to get would have been Samus Returns and Kid Icarus Uprising but I would have preferred both physical. At least I can play Metroid II on NSO online and I'm very confident Kid Icarus Uprising will receive a modern port in the near future. I don't own a Wii U but Xenoblade X would have been nice to have, also expecting a modern port of the game.

Tried redeeming a game code and my 3DS now tells me codes can no longer be redeemed. Trying online just gets a 902-3279 error..never seen that before. You can still purchase games in the eshop, but I see no reason they should stop the codes working now.

@BelatarrIm definitely hoping that going forward their digital stores are at least better when it comes to future proofing, though the fact that their retro content requires periodic online checks to function doesn't really bode well when it comes to that.

It feels like when these kinds of criticisms come up though you often get the "Nintendo does its own thing" and "if you dont like it then leave" (to paraphrase things) mentality but there are definitely times when embracing what is considered the "standard" is beneficial to consumers, such as apple finally switching to USB-C or microsofts decision to backpeddle on their whole always-online and mandatory-kinect choices with xboxone

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Even after 27 March 2023 and for the foreseeable future, it will still be possible to redownload games and DLC, receive software updates and enjoy online play on Wii U consoles and Nintendo 3DS systems.

Nintendo had shut down yet another 3DS and Wii U online feature earlier this week. As of Tuesday, the 3DS and Wii U no longer support native image sharing via Facebook and Twitter, as per Nintendo's recently updated support pages.

Nintendo already detailed the image sharing service shutdown last month, confirming that it's disabling the 3DS and Wii U feature globally. As part of the same end-of-service wave, the company is no longer allowing users to log into their Nintendo accounts on a 3DS or Wii U using Facebook and Twitter profiles. It's unclear whether Apple and Google logins will meet the same fate prior to the system-wide discontinuation of all online services, but they are still supported as of right now.

This week's development brings the Wii U and 3DS yet another step closer toward their end-of-life threshold. The next major blow to the consoles' online functionality is scheduled for March 27, when the Wii U and 3DS eShop is shutting down globally. While Nintendo will still allow users to redownload their existing libraries of games and DLC for the foreseeable future, the only legitimate way to buy new Wii U and 3DS games past March will be to hunt down their physical copies, which are becoming increasingly rare and cost-prohibitive. The discontinuation will come exactly six years after the company shuttered the Nintendo DSi Shop.

The Nintendo eShop[a] is a digital distribution service powered by a dedicated online infrastructure for the Nintendo Switch, and formerly available via the Nintendo Network for the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS. The eShop was first launched in June 2011 on the Nintendo 3DS via a system update that added the functionality to the HOME Menu.[4] It is the successor to both the Wii Shop Channel and DSi Shop. Unlike on the Nintendo 3DS, the eShop was made available on the launch date of the Wii U, although a system update is required in order to access it.[5] It is also a multitasking application, which means it is easily accessible even when a game is already running in the background through the system software, though this feature is exclusive to the Wii U and the Nintendo Switch. The Nintendo eShop features downloadable games, demos, applications, streaming videos, consumer rating feedback, and other information on upcoming game releases.

Members who bought games and apps through the Wii U Nintendo eShop would receive ten percent of the price back in the form of Nintendo Points, which could subsequently be put towards future online purchases on both the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS eShop. The promotion was available through March 31, 2015.[citation needed]

Nintendo Unleashed was a video gaming online magazine published by Future Publishing for Nintendo Network. It is produced by the team behind the Official Nintendo Magazine and features video reviews and previews and footage of upcoming and recently released Nintendo games. Episodes are released monthly on the Nintendo eShop, Nintendo Channel and YouTube where users can watch all the latest news, reviews and previews of Wii, Wii U, Nintendo DS, Nintendo 3DS and Virtual Console games. The show's original name and format was called Nintendo TV.[27] The show ended sometime in 2014 before the Official Nintendo Magazine ceased publication.[when?]

Nintendo Show 3D was a video gaming online show produced by Nintendo and hosted by Jessie Cantrell. It featured video previews and footage of upcoming and recently released Nintendo 3DS retail and downloadable games. Episodes were released every two weeks on the Nintendo eShop free of charge. This series was exclusive to North American Nintendo 3DS consoles.[28] Nintendo Show 3D released its last episode on March 28, 2013,[29] two years after the North American release of the original Nintendo 3DS.

We thank you for supporting Nintendo eShop on Wii U and the Nintendo 3DS family of systems. While we hope that you will continue to enjoy using these systems, we have taken this opportunity to prepare a website where you can look back on your time with them via various play statistics. Please visit

Some online features for Nintendo's aging 3DS and Wii U consoles, however, will remain active even after the eShop finally closes its doors. Players will still have access to active online game services like Pokémon Bank after the 3DS store closes. Software updates for any games that still receive them (or players who have waited to download them) will still be available. And since the 3DS isn't known for ample storage capacity, any games that players deleted to make room will remain available for re-download even after March 27.

In addition to consoles, Nintendo has also offering up new bundles and discounts on some of its 2016 games, although right now these don't appear to be related to Black Friday. Here are some of the best deals online right now:

Nintendo launched a UK-only online store on Thursday that promises exclusive prices, such as free shipping on orders over 200 ($319). The video game company also announced three new game bundles for the Wii U, just for the European market: New Super Mario Bros U, Wii Party U, and Just Dance 2014. In response to battery life issues, it released a high-capacity battery pack for the UK and Germany that extends playing time to five to eight hours (rather than the current three to four). 041b061a72

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